GAA Museum & Tours
Discover the heart of who we are
The GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) is Ireland’s largest sporting organisation. It represents our unique national games of hurling and Gaelic football and is celebrated as one of the world’s greatest amateur sporting associations.
The GAA is at the heart of every community in Ireland and it’s fair to say that there are no other sports in the world more intertwined with a country’s identity, history and culture. The GAA is in our DNA. It’s what we love. It’s what we do.
If you really want to get under the skin of the Irish, a visit to Croke Park is a must. More than just a stadium, it’s the home of Gaelic games and it holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Irish people. Here, you’ll find passion and history pumping around every corner. Everything and everyone is brimming with pride, including our renowned Tour Guides who’ll have you hanging on every word.
The Croke Park Stadium Tour
, Ericsson Skyline
and GAA Museum
are the perfect way to truly immerse yourself in Irish culture – so don’t be surprised if you leave a little bit of your own heart behind in Croke Park!
U2 - Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd July
Please note that on Friday 21st July, the GAA Museum will close at 3pm, with the last Stadium tour at 1pm, and the last Ericsson Skyline tour at 1.30pm.
The GAA Museum and all tours will not operate on Saturday 22nd July due to the U2 concert.
The GAA Museum will reopen at 12 noon on Sunday 23rd July with the first Stadium tour at 1pm, and the first Ericsson Skyline tour at 12.30.