Soak up the history and feel the passion at Celtic Park Stadium on a 1-hour guided tour. Visit the dressing room, the tunnel, the dugout and more.
Enjoy a full stadium tour and 3-course meal in Celtic Park Restaurant. Adults will dine on the 3-course carvery menu and children from the Children's…
What people are saying about Celtic Park
Adam was our tour guide. Couldn't ask for a better tour. Wee man had a ball and wants to go back all ready haha.
The welcome and friendliness of the staff was second to none. The tour content first class and our guide Matthew was an expert in all things Celtic he had time respect and dignity for everyone in our group which ranged in ages from 5 years to 80 years old. His tone and the passion in what he was telling us was made the whole experience very special indeed. He even got a Young Bhoy of 5 and a man of 80 who were celebrating their birthdays to hold hands and lead us into the players tunnel and out onto Celtic Park something that they will never forget. Thankyou so much my kids and I had a brilliant time.
Robert our guide was exceptional. He made the history come to life with his knowledge of the club and highlighted the main people throughout many different eras. Think he brought a tear to the eye on some occasions. He was also attentive to the various needs of the visitors in the party. Thanks for making a special day unforgettable.
Went for brothers 30th birthday, he was made up, loved the tour and got a lot of questions answered from the amazing tour guide. Also got photos together that the tour guide offered to take.
We had an excellent tour guide that was a passionate Celtic supporter and knew his history of this club. The tour starts with the stories about the trophies that the club have won over the years. It then builds you up to the tension of walking down the tunnel and out into the stadium. You do actually visit the home dressing room and take photos sitting in front of current Celtic players jerseys. The tour we were on took about 90 minutes to do and we were given plenty of time for photos not rushed. A tour that is well worth £12.50 admission fee.