Aviva Stadium

  • Address: Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland 4
  • Phone: +353-12382300
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Stadium, Family And Kids

All you Rugby and Football fans, the Aviva Stadium in Dublin beckons! The stadium is the oldest rugby union ground in the world and also the oldest sports stadium in the whole of Europe. There are guided tours to the museum that are informative and make for a lovely experience. Sport lovers would sure love this place and should visit here with family and friends when in the city of Dublin.

  • Public tour is possible to certain areas like, the dressing room, players tunnel, dugouts and press areas.
  • Tour do not run on the day of a match.
  • The stadium is fully accessible for physically disabled people.
  • Photography and video for non-commercial purpose is allowed.

  • Tour ticket price: €5
  • Tickets for the matches – visit the official website

  • Public tour to the stadium: Monday to Sunday- 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm,3pm ,4pm.
  • Note: the timings are subjected to change. Visit the official website for the detail.

  • Nearby train station: Lansdowne Road Dart Station.

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  • Aviva Stadium Address: Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland 4
  • Aviva Stadium Contact Number: +353-12382300
  • Aviva Stadium Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Aviva Stadium: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 4.47% of people who visit Dublin include Aviva Stadium in their plan

  • 45% of people start their Aviva Stadium visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Aviva Stadium

Monday, Thursday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Aviva Stadium

People normally club together Molly Malone Statue and National Wax Museum Plus while planning their visit to Aviva Stadium.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Great Stadium. Plenty of bars inside. You don't have to wait. Toilets were clean. Really well done! Congrats! It is well connected to the city and pretty confy as stadiums go.

  • Went for Ireland v Denmark soccer. Appealing to the eyes, but missing fifth star for: awkward/confusing routes to entrances, low pitch/incline in lower level means you're further from the action, they were out of ketchup in the first half (how?) and security was absent on the way in. I'll still go again but there are far better stadiums.

  • Overall v good. Great crowd. Respect for kickers had to be seen to be believed. Why cant back pack restriction laws be printed on tickets?

  • Bring cash if you want to get food or drink during the event. When I went to get refreshments at half time there was only one queue which would take cards. This as you can imagine in the digital age was the biggest queue by a long shot and resulted in me missing some of the second half of the game. Even when ALL the other queues were cleared the other staff just stood by looking on rather than coming over to help reduce the card queue numbers. Also when I came out on a side VERY close to the train station I needed to get to I was ushered to go the long way around the entire stadium to get to the train.

  • Visited the Aviva stadium on Sunday to watch the fai cup final.Had season tickets so myself and my son were allowed sit anywhere in the ground as it wasn't full.Also had access to the VIP bar.Drink and food a bit pricey.We sat in the middle tier close to the halfway line.Fantastic seats and a cracking atmosphere throughout the game.Would definitely recommend this stadium to watch any sports events.

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