The GAA Museum is the national custodian of all the archives and artefacts of the Gaelic Athletic Association. As such, we’re dedicated to promoting an appreciation of the values, culture and history of Gaelic Games. We pursue these aims through preserving, researching, interpreting, exhibiting and providing access to our heritage. We also honour those who have made an outstanding contribution to our national games.
The museum’s collections and exhibits, which are open to the public, illustrate the rich history of the games from ancient times to the present day. They also highlight the significant contribution the GAA has made - and continues to make - to Ireland’s to Irish life.
The GAA Museum is also the gateway for the Croke Park Stadium Tour and the Ericsson Skyline Tours, along with the calendar of special tours, events and seminars that take place throughout the year.
The GAA Museum has been accredited under the Heritage Council’s Museum Standards Programme for Ireland (MSPI) and is a member of the Association of Visitor Experiences an Attractions (AVEA).
TripAdvisor lists the GAA Museum & Tours in their top 10 things to do in Dublin and is the proud recipient of the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame Award. Founded in 1998 and is located under the Cusack Stand at Croke Park.