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Experience Gaelic Games
Drumcondra Co. Dublin
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Experience Gaelic Games, Dublin, only 10 mins from city centre. This is a uniquely Irish cultural experience consisting of light outdoor and indoor activity. Duration 3 hours. Learn of some of the oldest tribal field games in the world.

Experience the most unique modern cultural activity in Ireland – Experience Gaelic Games!

Located only 10 minutes from the Dublin city centre b y bus.

Learn of some of the oldest tribal field games in the world and meet Irish people. Ideal for individuals, families, small and large groups.

The sessions are flexible and are tailor-made to suit the profile and dynamic of each group. For some it will be all about the sports, they will wish to get stuck in immediately and want to play the games. For others, it will centre on the impact of Gaelic games on modern Irish culture with a focus on team building and more sedate activity.

Each session starts with an audio-visual introduction to the concept of Gaelic Games, their history and unique impact on Irish Life.

After this briefing, the real fun begins and you will be taught by trained coaches about the basic skills of the ancient stick and ball game of hurling, the simplicity and speed of Gaelic football and the fun of Gaelic handball.

In one session, you will learn why Gaelic games grip the Irish nation every summer, why every parish in Ireland has its own GAA club, and why Gaelic games, more than anything else, explains what it is to be Irish.

Games are played on all-weather pitches. Facilities include showers/hot water on site. Participants need to bring their own towel. Licensed by the GAA as an official partner.

There are three Dublin buses which stop directly outside the club (routes 4 and 9 and 155).

Open Monday through Saturday from March through October, then only Fridays and Saturdays in Winter.

It is educational, cultural, fun and something that you can only do when in Ireland.