Football Walking Tour of Dublin

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The Little Museum of Dublin, Sunday 24th April - Sunday 22nd May

Join Gary Cooke and Aodhán Ó’Ríordáin TD for a walk into sporting history.

Starting at 11.30am on Sunday 24th April and 8th & 22nd May this match-winning tour of Dublin features ancient gossip, fascinating facts and cracking stories.

The 90-minute tour begins and ends in the Little Museum. On the way, you will discover the history of our great city, but you will also relive some of the most extraordinary moments in Irish soccer history, from The Ban to Jack Charlton.

Aprés Match star Gary Cooke is famous for his priceless impersonations. Aodhán talks for a living. Together these master communicators will dazzle you with their knowledge and passion for the beautiful game.


Date:
Sunday 24th April - Sunday 22nd May
Time:
11.30am
Price:
€15
Address:
The Little Museum of Dublin, Saint Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland

Google Map of The Little Museum of Dublin, Saint Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland

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