- GAA Museum and Tours
The GAA Museum celebrates Ireland’s unique national games of hurling and Gaelic football. The museum's exhibition galleries vividly illustrate the rich history and development of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present, highlighting the significant contribution the GAA has made - and continues to make - to Ireland’s cultural, social and sporting heritage since its foundation in 1884.
Visitors can also test out their own hurling and football skills in the interactive games zone – see how fast they can react, check out their passing skills, practice a fingertip save or the art of the high catch!
The GAA Museum is also the starting point for the Croke Park Stadium tour
and Etihad Skyline tour
. With so much to see and do, and fun for all ages, a trip to the GAA Museum guarantees a memorable day out for family and friends.
Ireland's Olympians Exhibition
The GAA Museum's new exhibition 'Ireland's Olympians' is now open. Click here
to learn more.
Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st July
The GAA Museum will close for public admission at 13.00 on Saturday 30th July and at 11.00 on Sunday 31st July with free entry for match ticket holders from 13.00 - 18.30 on Saturday and from 11.00 to 16.30 on Sunday.