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The Aviva Stadium is an architectural marvel built on the foundations of the first ever international sporting stadium in the world. The views will take your breath away while the story of the stadiums origins will be sure to move you. This tour is...more
We only did the tour because we had a free voucher, although it isn't expensive anyway. The tour lasts about an hour, you meet in the shop beside it before hand. The tour guide we had was lovely, very friendly and informative. Not the most...More
We done the Aviva stadium tour today and have to say we were so dissapoined with it. The guide was lovely and full of info but while introducing himself to us all he told us I know nothing about soccer yet went on to say...More
Went for a tour around this stadium as a last minute thing to do before we left to fly home, and we weren't disappointed! Tour started promptly at 11am as expected. Our guide was Dara. He guided us through media rooms, changing rooms, warm up...More
I have to start by saying I am not a rugby/football fan and only went on this tour as I was looking for something to do with four kids. It was absolutely brilliant. We got to see behind the scenes world of an amazing stadium...More
One of the first places we went to see on my birthday. The Aviva Stadium is built on the old Lansdowne Road stadium which at the time was one of the oldest stadium's in the world. It use for rugby and football matches. The tour...More
Turned up on the day and within 10mins we were on the tour what an experience our Guide Patrick Oreilly (Rala) is a credit to the Aviva stadium his knowledge and passion was way more than I could have ever imagined was great to have...More
Visited the Aviva Stadium while visiting Dublin as I’m a big football fan.
We had les do our tour and was very friendly and knowledgeable which was great.
Great place to visit if your a football or rugby fan