On GAA Championship match days, the museum usually opens at the same time as the turnstiles and remains open throughout the day until one hour after the end of the match schedule. While the normal stadium tour timetable does not operate on a big match day, visitors can enjoy a pre-match guided tour of the stadium on selected match days during Championship season. Tour admission includes the pre-match tour and a visit to the GAA museum..
New for 2015 – FREE ADMISSION to the GAA Museum* for GAA League and Championship match days.
Visit the refurbished-GAA Museum - home to the official GAA Hall of Fame and boasting all-new exhibition galleries featuring modern-day heroes and legends of the games! Test your own skills in the museum’s improved interactive games zone!
*Access to the museum is restricted to match ticket-holders only on GAA National League and Championship match days – get updates on museum opening hours.
FREE Admission to museum only – does not apply to pre-match guided tours
Sunday 31st May 2015
The 2015 Championship season is underway and on Sunday 31st May Croke Park will host its first fixtures in the Leinster Hurling and Leinster Football Championship.
Reigning Leinster champions Dublin will face Longford at 16.00, while the hurlers of Dublin and Galway meet at 14.00.
The GAA Museum will be open from 13.00-16.30 with FREE admission to match day ticket-holders. The usual stadium tour & Skyline tour timetable will not operate, but there will be a Backstage Match Day Stadium Tour at 11.00 - find out more and book tickets.
There will also be an Etihad Skyline Tour at 10.30 - find out more and book tickets.
Why not visit the GAA Museum, lcoated under the Cusack Stand, and check out the exhibits or test your own hurling and football skills in the interactive games area!
There will also be a hurley-making workshop with Emmet Martin of Martin Hurls in Antrim.