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With the Croke Park Stadium, home to the GAA, right on our doorstep, even between match days there’s plenty to see. And we’re just minutes from the city centre - with all the attractions that it has to offer. 

The Skyline Tour

The Skyline Tour

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Croke Park, home to the Gaelic Athletic Association, holds a near mythical place in the hearts of the Irish and has a special relationship with the city of Dublin. Barely one kilometre from the city centre, the buzz on a match day is unforgettable. And Croke Park Etihad Skyline offers an astonishing gull's eye view of Europe's third biggest stadium, from a 44-metre (17-storey) high rooftop walkway. Dramatic vistas open across the city to Dublin bay and the mountains to the south, and for the intrepid there's a rooftop walk suspended far above the pitch! A multi-lingual audio guide provides the commentary and places the stadium in the perspective of Ireland’s brave history for an unforgettable experience.

The Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo

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Dublin zoo, dating from 1831, is one of the world's oldest and remains Ireland's most visited family attraction. Located a short drive from The Croke Park Hotel its 400 animals from 100 species are housed in a newly-landscaped 28-hectare park of glorious gardens, lakes and habitats, including Chimpanzee Island, Gorilla Rainforest and African Savannah. The zoo performs an essential function in protecting at risk species and educational activities and talks are scheduled throughout the day, while restaurants and cafés and the kid’s zone will keep all ages entertained.

Glasnevin Cemetery & Geneology Centre

Glasnevin Cemetery

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On a par with the renowned Highgate cemetery in London and Pere Lachaise in Paris, the great Victorian mausoleums of Glasnevin continue to fascinate today. Dubliners have been laid to rest in Glasnevin, 3km from the city centre and 5 minutes by car from Croke Park hotel, since 1832. But unlike other historic necropolis' Glasnevin has a state-of-the-art visitor centre and museum to give insight into the fascinating history of the cemetery and its famous inhabitants. Housed in a stunning building, with curvilinear roof, the centre houses exhibitions uncovering Ireland's turbulent past and an underground museum with the digitised records of 1.5 million burials. And, as they say, the coffee's good too! Should you tire of the deceased you can celebrate the living with free access to the adjacent National Botanical Gardens.

Farmleigh Estate & Market

Farmleigh Estate and Market

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A stately home set in an estate of 78 manicured acres, just a short drive from The Croke Park Hotel, Farmleigh House is an historic site. Official residence for visiting dignitaries (Queen Elizabeth II has stayed here), with a cultural centre and gallery, the house is also home to Farmleigh Food Market selling award-winning Irish produce every other weekend. House tours highlight the eclectic interior décor (incorporating classical, Jacobean, Louis XV and XVI and Georgian styles) that made Farmleigh the residence a la mode at the beginning of the 20th Century. Rebuilt by architect James Franklin Fuller for Edward Cecil Guinness (great-grandson of the original brewer) in the 1880s, with a ballroom wing and conservatory added by 1901, the house was bought by the Irish Government in 1999 and painstakingly restored to its former glory.