The GAA Museum and Croke Park Stadium are the epitome of athletics in Ireland, and a top attraction for history and sport lovers alike. Start the tour of the complex in the museum, learning about the storied and often political history of Gaelic sports in Ireland, and then move on to the stadium tour for an informative and entertaining look at everything that has happened there. You'll even get a chance to try your hand at hurling in a new, interactive portion of the tour, so bring your best game face along. If you happen to be in town during a match, try to book the special pre-game tour--but you'll have to fight eager fans for tickets to that one, so book ahead.
The oldest parish church in Dublin is still in active use, holding regular services for members of... Read more