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Kellogg’s Skyline Croke Park Bloomsday Festival Tour

The GAA Museum in association with the James Joyce Centre present a unique tour of Dublin for the Bloomsday Festival.

Map James Joyce’s Ulysses from the unique perspective of Kellogg’s Skyline at Croke Park. See Dublin Bay from Howth Head to the Sugarloaf, the heart of the Hibernian metropolis, Phoenix Park, Kippure, and the Royal Canal to Glasnevin Cemetery. The tour will feature Bloomsday readings and songs. Feel free to dress up in your finest Bloomsday clothing as we see Dublin from above!


  • Date: Tuesday, June 11th
  • Time: Meeting at 3:30pm. Depart at 4pm.
  • Duration: Approximately 90 minutes
  • Meeting Point: The Michael Cusack statue in front of the GAA Museum
  • Price: Free
  • Maximum Capacity: 30
  • Patrons must be aged 12 or over.
  • The tour includes a health and safety demonstration and journey to the Kellogg’s Skyline walkway. Visitors will be required to confirm that they have read a full list of health and safety advice found here:
  • Lift access is available for wheelchair users.
  • A photographer will join the tour and photographs may be used to promote future events.
  • Due to construction works, access to the GAA Museum is currently via St James’ Avenue. Turn off the Clonliffe Road. Free parking is available using this entrance.
  • Please note that there are 100 steps that visitors must walk up and down Kellogg’s Skyline.
  • Tickets are free but booking is essential.
  • 11 June, 2024
3:30 pm5:30 pm


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