Experience Gaelic Games & Irish Food Trail
We’re delighted to be teaming up with Experience Gaelic Games. Book this package and you will spend the morning learning how to play some of the oldest and most exciting sports in the world. Hurling, Hand Ball and Gaelic Football are ingrained in Irish culture, its exciting, fun and above all great ‘Craic’. After your action packed morning you will be hungry. Now its time to join the crew at the Irish Food Trail to learn what the Irish word Craic really means. Food, Music and a good time are whats in store as you explore the streets of Dublin. Voted one of the best things to do in Dublin find out what it means to be Irish. Book Now.
Eat, Drink, Be Happy
Here is a sample of what the guys at Experience Gaelic Games got up to this year #1:
“Experience Gaelic Games is still ranked as the Number One Things to Do in Dublin by TripAdvisor Reviewers.
A very big Thank You to everyone of our guests who has taken the time to share their comments on TripAdvisor. It’s with your help and positive comments that keeps us as the Number One Thing to do in Dubin.
As well as holding the top spot in Dublin, we had an amazing year travelling up and down the country spreading the Gaelic Gospel.
We’ve been to some amazing venues all over this beautiful Island.
Some which spring to mind are the beautiful surrondings of Carton House with Tullamore Dew, the rugged beauty of Inchydoney Beach with Abbey Tours, Ramor United on the beautiful shores of Lough Ramor in Cavan, Sunburnt on the shores of Galway Bay with a super Stag group, Indoors in Cork with our Rugby visitors from the UK and a sunkissed day in Glendalough, Wicklow with our new found corporate friends from France.
While those travelling days made for great memories – life has been busy in Dublin too. We enjoyed hosting the Penn State Football team, the journalists covering the Giro d’Italia, Delegates to the One young world conference and spending a day playing on the hallowed surface of Croke Park.
This summer we’ve opened our new bespoke visitor centre designed by Irelands Celebrity TV Architect – Dermot Bannon. Our new home and headquarters was officially opened by our Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe T.D. Our launch was also attended by Peter Mc Kenna Commerical Director of the GAA and a host of friends and colleagues from the Dublin Tourism industry.
Folks it’s just been – wild, mad, fun, busy and a great great privilidge to share this specail journey with so many great old and new friends.”
Experience Gaelic Games