Learning at the GAA Museum. Museum Events, Museum Activities and School Tours, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools

Learning at the GAA Museum

Would you like to know more about Gaelic Athletic Association, its history and games? Do you want to book a school tour or plan a class visit to the GAA Museum? Or maybe you are looking for educational materials to use in your classroom.

Here you will find information on educational activities at the GAA Museum as well as resources for PrimarySecondary and Language school teachers and students. 

New for 2014/2015 - get a unique insight into the events of Easter Week 1916 from the rooftop of Croke Park Stadium.  A must for all history students - find out more. 

TY Co-ordinators - are you looking to combine fun, adventure and learning for your TY Students? Check out our TY Progamme for the 2014/2015 school year. 

The GAA Museum aims to interpret, communicate and increase awareness of the historical evidence of the GAA’s contribution to Irish sporting, cultural and social life since its formation. The museum is committed to creating a learning environment and providing lifelong learning experiences which are meaningful, accessible, engaging and stimulating.