Coach/Car Parking for GAA Museum visitors will be available in the Davin Car Park which is located directly behind the Davin Stand.
The entrance to the Davin Car Park is located off the North Circular Road and accessed via St. Margaret’s Avenue (first left after Gills Pub on the corner with Russell Street).
Pedestrians will also have to access the GAA Museum via the Davin Car Park. Pedestrian access to the Davin Car Park is available from Jones’s Road / Russell Street, opposite The Croke Park Hotel.
Access to the GAA Museum will be clearly signposted from the Davin Car Park and security personnel will also be on duty to direct visitors.
- GAA Museum and Tours
THE HEART & SOUL
A trip to Croke Park simply wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the treasured GAA Museum. Get ready to immerse yourself in the spine-tingling and completely unique story of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present day.
This museum is like no other sporting museum you’ll ever visit. It not only celebrates the history of Ireland’s national games, it also vividly brings to life how the GAA has contributed to our cultural, social and sporting heritage.
Featured exhibitions include the original Sam Maguire and Liam MacCarthy Cups, the rousing Hall of Fame, and a whole floor dedicated to the games as they are today. When you’re done exploring, get a taste of the action in the popular Interactive Games Zone, where you can test your hurling and Gaelic football skills!
GAA Museum Opening Times
Monday - Saturday 9.30am to 5pm
Sunday 10am to 5pm
Access to the GAA Museum and the new ‘Remembering Bloody Sunday’ exhibition are complementary after your tour. For later tours, we recommend you come to the museum in advance of your tour, as the museum closes at 5.00pm.
Pricing - GAA Museum Only Ticket
€6 for Children
Aged 3-12 yrs, Under 3 yrs are FREE
€20 for Family
Based on 2 adults and 2 children
€21 for Family
Based on 2 adults and 3 children