THE BIRTHPLACE OF IRISH RUGBY
Experience the culmination of 150 years of Irish and world sporting heritage. Make a pilgrimage to the birthplace of Irish rugby. Aviva Stadium wows all visitors with its stunning architecture, advanced engineering and world-class sustainability.
The Aviva Stadium Tour moves and resonates with every visitor of any age and interests. Get inspired to find your own greatness by getting closer to your heroes' actual blood, sweat and tears. Browse through the memorabilia exhibition kindly arranged by the Football Association of Ireland and the Irish Rugby Football Union. Experience intimate 'behind the scenes' areas normally only occupied by players and officials. Visit the home dressing room, players' tunnel, dugouts, media centre and go up to the top for a bird's eye view of Dublin.
During your experience of Aviva Stadium you are entertained by passionate tour guides. They bring you back in history to 1872 when Lansdowne Road established itself as a significant landmark on the world sports history map. To experience the elation of the match day atmosphere, audio-visual materials are used throughout the tour.
Aviva Stadium is a must see attraction in Dublin - don't hesitate to visit one of the world's most elite stadiums situated almost in the heart of the city.
By DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport): From Dublin city centre, take the DART southbound from Pearse Station on Westland Row, Tara St Station or Connolly Station. Connolly Station provides a link with the city's tram system, the LUAS.
By Foot: from St. Stephen's Green, walk up Merrion Row, Baggot St Lower, Baggot St Upper and cross the Grand Canal at Baggot St Bridge. Walk down Pembroke Road and cross the road at the junction of Northumberland and Merrion Roads where the Ballsbridge lnn (Formerly Jury's Hotel) is prominently located.
By Bus: The main Dublin Bus routes that serve Ballsbridge from the city centre are the 4, 7 and 8 from O'Connell Street and O'Connell Bridge.
By Car: Coming from Nassau Street at Trinity College (city centre), travel along Merrion Square and Lower Mount Street. Cross the canal and continue along Northumberland Road to the second set of lights. Turn left onto Lansdowne Road. Continue through the next junction. Aviva Stadium is on your left.