Celebrating legends of the game

Bord Gáis Energy Legends Tours

Selected weekends from June to September
Open to everyone (ticketed event)

Every summer the GAA Museum hosts these unique tours which see some of the biggest names in GAA history relive their memories and give fans a unique chance to experience the stadium from a player’s perspective. 
 
All Bord Gáis Energy GAA Legends Tours include a trip to the GAA Museum, which is home to many exclusive exhibits, including the official GAA Hall of Fame. Booking is essential as the tours sell out quickly. 
 

The 2019 Bord Gáis Energy GAA Legends Tours at Croke Park are as follows:

Martin O'Connell (Meath)

Saturday 8th June - 2:30pm

Martin O’Connell was a key figure in Meath’s successes from the mid-1980’s to 1996. He was on the All-Ireland winning teams of 1987, 1988 and 1996.


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Martin Storey (Wexford)

Saturday 29th June - 2pm

Martin Storey captained Wexford to All-Ireland victory in 1996 and is regarded as one of the county's greatest-ever hurlers. Martin played senior inter-county hurling with Wexford from 1986 until 2001.

Tommy Walsh (Kilkenny)

Saturday 27th July - 11am

Tommy Walsh enjoyed a 13-year inter-county career with Kilkenny from 2001 until 2014. During that time, he won nine All-Irelands, nine Leinster championships, seven National Leagues and nine consecutive All Star Awards.

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Brian Lohan (Clare)

Sunday 28th July - 10am

Brian Lohan is a four-time All Star was a mainstay on the Clare hurling team for over a decade winning two All-Ireland titles in 1995 and 1997 as well as three Munster senior championships. He was named All Star Hurler of the Year in 1995.

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Eamon McGee (Donegal)

Saturday 10th August - 11am

Eamon McGee was a key part of the Donegal team that won an All-Ireland senior title in 2012. During his inter-county playing career, he won three Ulster senior championships and a National League. He also won an Ulster club championship with Gaoth Dobhair in 2018.

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Kieran Donaghy (Kerry)

Sunday 11th August - 10am

A four-time All-Ireland winner, Kieran Donaghy starred for the Kingdom from 2005-2018 and was named All Star Footballer of the Year in 2006. An All Star on three occasions, the Austin Stacks clubman is also the holder of three National League titles and eight Munster championships.

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Aaron & Joe Kernan (Armagh)

Saturday 31st August - 2pm

Joe Kernan was a star player for his county in a stunning career that lasted from 1971 to 1987, yielding two All-Stars and three Ulster Championships. He guided Armagh to the county’s first – and to date only – All-Ireland senior title in 2002. At club level, he has won All-Ireland titles with Crossmaglen and has also managed Ireland to International Rules success in 2015. Aaron Kernan enjoyed a ten-year inter-county career with Armagh, winning four Ulster championships and a National League. In 2005, he was named GAA All Star Young Footballer of the Year. He is a three-time All-Ireland winner at club level with Crossmaglen Rangers and also at U21 level with Armagh.

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GAA Museum & Tours Updates

17/06/2019GAA Museum & Tours

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Tuning in – From Wireless to WiFi exhibition opens at the GAA Museum

The GAA Museum’s new exhibition looks at the history of Gaelic games and broadcasting

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Match Day Access Tours

Match Day Access Tours

See Croke Park before anyone else on this extra special edition of our stadium tour

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28/05/2019GAA Museum & Tours

Bord Gáis Energy GAA Legends Tours launched

Bord Gáis Energy GAA Legends Tours launched

Brian Lohan and Eamon McGee among the greats taking part in this year’s series

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24/05/2019GAA Museum & Tours

GAA Museum Summer School returns for 2019

GAA Museum Summer School returns for 2019

The GAA Museum has announced details of the 2019 Summer School which will take place in Croke Park on Saturday 29th June.

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26/03/2019GAA Museum & Tours

GAA Museum to receive Fáilte Ireland Grant Funding

GAA Museum to receive Fáilte Ireland Grant Funding

The GAA Museum at Croke Park has been selected as one of the Dublin Visitor Attractions to receive Fáilte Ireland​ Grant Funding

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18/02/2019Stadium Tours

Bloody Sunday Tours

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Have a cracker of an Easter at Croke Park!

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Junior Explorer Tours Return!

Junior Explorer Tours Return!

The GAA Museum is bringing back it’s wildly popular Junior Explorer Tour for young families on Saturday mornings!

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