GAA Museum - Croke Park
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Croke Park is an iconic stadium, which has been at the heart of Irish sporting and cultural life for over 100 years. Enjoy an unrivalled state-of-the-art interactive visitor experience and learn about Ireland’s national games.
Croke Park in Dublin has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over 100 years and is the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), Ireland’s largest sporting organisation.
The GAA Museum celebrates Ireland’s unique national games of hurling and Gaelic football. The museum’s collections and exhibits illustrate the rich history of these national games, highlighting the significant contribution the GAA has made - and continues to make - to Ireland’s cultural, social and sporting heritage.
Explore the GAA Museum with its exhibition galleries that vividly illustrate the story of Gaelic games from ancient times to present day. Featured exhibitions include the original Sam Maguire and Liam MacCarthy Cups, the official GAA Hall of Fame, temporary exhibitions and many other exhibits.
Test your Gaelic football and hurling skills in the interactive games zone – see how fast you can react, check out your passing skills, practice a fingertip save or discover the art of the high catch!
All tours include admission to the GAA Museum.
Calendar of Events
As the home and headquarters of the GAA, Croke Park hosts an extensive calendar of games throughout the year, as well as concerts and a range of other stadium events.
When the GAA Championship is in full swing, the museum has a range of events including the Bord Gáis Energy Legends Tour Series, exclusive pre-match tours, hurley-making demonstrations on big match days and much more! During school holidays the GAA Museum also offers a range of family events.
Getting to Croke Park couldn’t be easier with its close proximity to Dublin city centre.
Take the City Sightseeing bus Blue Route to Croke Park and enjoy 20% off admission. Croke Park is Stop 24a on the Hop-on Hop-off City Sightseeing bus Blue Route.
Dublin Bus routes 1, 11, 13, 16, 44, 123 (from O’Connell Street) and routes 33, 41, 41b, 41c (from Lower Abbey Street). Take any of these routes to Drumcondra Train Station – less than a 10 minute walk to the GAA Museum. Travelling from the Guinness Storehouse? The 123 will take you to Ballybough Road, less than a 5 minute walk to the GAA Museum.
Connolly Station to Croke Park is only a 20 minute walk. Drumcondra Station to Croke Park is less than a 10 minute walk.
Free parking is available on site. Access to the GAA Museum is via St. Josephs Avenue, off Clonliffe Road - turn on to St. Joseph's Avenue at the Daybreak convenience store on Clonliffe Road.
The GAA Museum is a 15 minute walk from Dublin city centre. Access to the GAA Museum is via St. Joseph’s Avenue, off Clonliffe Road – turn on to St. Joseph’s Avenue at the Daybreak convenience store on Clonliffe Road.
Facilities at the GAA Museum include a café, gift shop, picnic area, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and complimentary car parking.