Ericsson Skyline Tour FAQs

You will find the answers to our most common queries below

The tour departs from the GAA Museum. Check-in is at the Skyline desk in the museum. The museum is located under the Cusack Stand in Croke Park.

The Ericsson Skyline tour operates on a specially constructed walkway 44 metres above the ground.
Your Ericsson Skyline tour will last approximately 1.5 hours. This includes a health and safety briefing and ascent and descent to and from the Ericsson Skyline walkway.
The walking is 0.6km long around the roof of Croke Park Stadium.
The Ericsson Skyline tour includes five viewing platforms.
There is no age limit for taking the tour, however visitors must be 1.2 metres or taller in height to take part in a Skyline tour. Visitors who do not meet the height requirement will not be permitted to take an Ericsson Skyline tour.
The audio guides contain information in Irish, English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.
Each Ericsson Skyline tour group will have their own guide who will provide a full health and safety demonstration before the tour departs. This will include details on how to behave in a safe manner on the walkway and a demonstration on using the equipment which includes harnesses and audio guides. Read further safety health and safety information
Ericsson Skyline may take place on the mornings before matches in Croke Park. Please refer to the website for these tour times as they can vary. Match day tours must be booked online in advance.
Ericsson Skyline tours may be cancelled in extreme weather conditions. This would only be in exceptional circumstances and based on the advice of the Health and Safety Officer. In this situation, those who have booked online in advance will be notified and will receive a full refund.
Flat comfortable shoes are a must and practical clothing is advised. Remember the tour takes place 44 metres above the ground! Please dress appropriately for the weather.
Yes. Your Ericsson Skyline guide will store belongings in a locked room in advance of tour departure. Lockers are also available in the GAA Museum
A: Yes. All equipment is taken on the Ericsson Skyline tour at your own risk.
For details on group bookings, please email skyline@crokepark.ie or phone 01 819 2323. Reduced Group Rates are available for groups of ten or more.
For advice, please see the health and safety guidelines here.
Yes. See here for further safety information .
Ericsson Skyline does offer an option of wheelchair users on a pre-booked basis. Please email skyline@crokepark.ie or phone 01 819 2323 for further details or to make a booking.
The Skyline tour does involve climbing steps. Visitors must be prepared to climb approximately 100 steps at the start of their tour and also back down these steps to conclude the tour.