How to get here

Our central location in Dublin 3, is within easy reach of the city centre, Dublin Airport and Dublin port.

Excellent public transport links for local and national bus and rail services, along with 600 on-site parking spaces ensure there is an option to suit you. Our proximity to the M50 motorway, provides access to Ireland’s motorway network – connecting all major urban centres nationwide.

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Getting to Croke Park...

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Croke Park is just a 15 minute walk from the City Centre. See our location on google maps.

The closest railway station is Drumcondra at the intersection of Drumcondra Road (N1) and Clonliffe Road, a 5 minute walk from the stadium.  The closest DART stations are Connolly and Clontarf. Connolly is a 15-20 minute walk and Clontarf a 20-25 minute walk to the stadium. The closest LUAS & Intercity Rail stop is also at Connolly Station.

Croke Park is a 16 minutes (1.3km) walk from Connolly Red Line Luas stop. The stadium is also just 15 minutes (1km) walk from both Parnell and Marlborough Green Line Luas stops. 

For further information visit Luas.ie

Dublin Bus

Dublin Bus offers a high-frequency, accessible and easy to use service from all over Dublin. A number of services bring you quite close to Croke Park and many others will get you to the city centre from where the stadium is a 15 minute walk.

Bus Routes that serve Croke Park
1, 7, 11, 13, 14, 16, 27a, 27b, 29a, 31/a, 31b, 32, 33, 40, 40b, 40d, 41, 41b, 41c, 42, 43, 44, 53, 123, 13

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Bus √Čireann

Bus √Čireann provide a nationwide bus service and private coach hire options to travelling fans. You can find out more about their schedules and services on the GAA News section of their site.

Bus √Čireann schedules and services

Croke Park is just a cycle from the City Centre. The nearest Dublin Bike stations are located on North Circular Road and Mountjoy Square.

For further information visit Dublin Bikes.

There is also bicycle locking facilities around the stadium, including two-tier bike storage in the Davin Stand car park.

GAA Museum & Tours Schedule

Saturday 23rd June

The GAA Museum will open from 9.30am - 1pm only. There will be one Stadium Tour at 10am & one Ericsson Skyline Tour at 110.30am.

Sunday 24th June
The GAA Museum will close at 12.30pm and reopen with turnstiles with free entry for match ticket holders until throw-in at 4pm.
There will be one Stadium Tour and one Ericsson Skyline Tour, both taking place at 11am.


Match Day Information

Match & Concert Parking

We advise anyone travelling to matches or concerts to use public transport wherever possible

Parking for Matches & Concerts

Meetings & Events Parking

Croke Park Meetings & Events is unique for city centre conferencing in that we offer 600 FREE on-site parking spaces for attendees.

Parking for Meetings & Events

GAA Museum & Tours

All tours and activities start from the GAA Museum which is located in the Cusack Stand.

There is ample free parking at the Cusack Stand to the east of the stadium for coaches and private vehicles with access off the Clonliffe Road, via St. Joseph’s Avenue. (turn down beside the Daybreak convenience store). Please note there is no access to the GAA Museum, Ericsson Skyline or Stadium Tour from the Hogan Stand or Jones Road.

Directions to the Cusack Stand

From the City Centre

Driving from O’Connell Street in the City Centre, follow the signs for the N1 North onto Dorset Street and Drumcondra Road. At the railway bridge overpass on Drumcondra Road, turn right onto Clonliffe Road. Continue past the next set of traffic lights and turn right onto St Joseph’s Avenue for the Cusack stand entrance. Free car parking is available in the Cusack Car Park.

From the Airport/North

Follow directions for the city centre. Just before the railway overpass at the end of Drumcondra Road Lower, turn left onto Clonliffe Road. Go through the traffic lights and take the next turn right onto St. Joseph’s Avenue.

By Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off Bus

The City Sightseeing Dublin Blue Route is the best way to get to Croke Park and the GAA Museum.  With Croke Park being one of the last stops on the route, it takes approximately 100 minutes to arrive from Stop 1 (O’Connell Street). 

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For further information visit AA Route Planner Ireland