Getting Here

The GAA Museum is located under the Cusack Stand of Croke Park (Drumcondra, Dublin 3).  The museum is accessed via St. Joseph's Avenue which is just off Clonliffe Road - there is a Daybreak convenience store located on the corner of Clonliffe Road/St. Joseph's Avenue.

Please note there is no access to the museum from the Hogan Stand side of the stadium.

 

Map

City Sightseeing - Hop-on Hop-off Bus

Croke Park is Stop 24a  on the Hop-on Hop-off City Sightseeing bus route that includes some of the most popular tourist attractions in Dublin.

The new Blue Route is an extension of the Red Route - take the Red Route to Guinness Storehouse and change to the Blue Route to visit Glasnevin Cemetery, the National Botanic Gardens and Croke Park Stadium. 

The new route departs from 14 Upper O'Connell Street daily from March-October:

First bus departs - 10.00  Last bus departs - 15.30 (arrive Croke Park 16.30)

The bus runs every 30 minutes (20 minutes in July & August when last tour leaves at 16.30 to arrive at Croke Park 17.30).

LAST BUS TO CITY CENTRE DEPARTS CROKE PARK 16.45 (17.30 JULY & AUGUST)

Bus times from Croke Park to City Centre are:
11.15, 11.45, 12.15, 12.45, 13.15, 13.45, 14.15, 14.45, 15.15, 15.45, 16.15, 16.45

 

Tickets can be purchased on the bus or at any of City Sightseeing's tourist information offices in the city centre - 

City Sightseeing - 13 Upper O'Connell Street
CIty Sightseeing - 36 Nassau Street
Dublin Visitor Centre - 17 Lower O'Connell Street
Dublin Visitor Centre - 118 Grafton Street 

Tel - +353 (0) 1 898 0700
Find out more - visit the City Sightseeing website

 

By Car

Free car parking is available on-site.  Access is via St. Josephs Avenue, off Clonliffe Road - turn on to St. Joseph's Avenue at the Daybreak convenience store on Clonliffe Road.

Walking

A 20 minute walk from O'Connell Street in the city centre.  Click here to view map that includes pedestrian routes from the city centre.

By Bus

From O'Connell Street to Drumcondra Train Station
Dublin Bus operate the following bus routes - 1, 11, 13, 16, 44

The museum is approximately 10 minutes walk from the train station on Drumcondra Road.

From Lower Abbey Street to Drumcondra Train Station
Dublin Bus operate the following bus routes - 33, 41, 41b, 41c

Visiting the Guinness Storehouse? Catch the number 123 bus from Thomas Street to Ballybough and from there the entrance to the GAA Museum is less than a five minute walk along Clonliffe Road.

City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off bus from Guinness Storehouse - take the Blue Route to visit the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin Cemetery & Museum and Croke Park Stadium.  

Download the Croke Park Stadium Public Transport Guide

Match Day

For match day transport and access information vist the stadium's transport page.

Download the Croke Park Stadium Public Transport Guide.

 

Opening Hours
Mon-Sun: 9:30 - 17:00