Aviva Stadium, Dublin
About Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Aviva Stadium, Dublin - Address, Phone Number
Address: Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland 4
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
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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.
Aviva Stadium Information
- 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.
Aviva Stadium Ticket Prices
- Tour ticket price: €5
- Tickets for the matches – visit the official website
Aviva Stadium Opening and Closing Hours
- 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.
How To reach Aviva Stadium by Public Transport
- Nearby train station: Lansdowne Road Dart Station.
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Aviva Stadium, Dublin Reviews - Write a Review
Great stadium. Hosts Rugby, soccer and concerts. Not sure if they do anything else there. I have been there a few times now and found it easy to get to and leave. Large crowds were/are very well managed
Best part was City winning the double. It's cold here so wrap up well. Seats are comfortable. Food wasn't bad. Silly thing, serving on one side, on the other, all staff were ready to go, but not opened, bit annoying. Great day out. Very clean
Enjoyed the Rugby here today. Not a great match though. Venue was good. Got served drinks reasonably quickly. Don't make the mistake of queueing up at one of the smaller bars.
Food is way overpriced and managing staff can be quite rude! Regular cashiers are fine but the way they're spoken to by managers in front of public is not nice. Atmosphere is great.
Accessible by public transport, most ideal would be the dart train system. Always clean and staffed with friendly people. Food and drinks are no more extortionate than any other global stadium. Can suffer from bouts of cold wind due to it's orientation, but you can catch a great Dublin sunset all the same.
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