Reach new heights this Mother's Day!

Is your mother passionate about the GAA?  If so, why not treat her to High Tea at the GAA Museum this Mother’s Day or give her the gift of an exclusive annual membership to the GAA Museum’s new ‘Friends of the GAA Museum’ programme.

‘High Tea’ at the GAA Museum and Etihad Skyline Tour 

Take your Mother’s Day celebrations to new heights with the popular Mother’s Day ‘High Tea’ at the GAA Museum this March 26th.

This is no ordinary afternoon tea, as the experience will commence with a high on the rooftop of Croke Park, where you will enjoy an Etihad Skyline Tour.

During the tour, which lasts 1.5 hours, you and your mother will enjoy breath taking 360° panoramic views of Dublin, while a tour guide shares lesser known stories about the capital and it’s most celebrated landmarks.

Back on terra firma, your mother will then enjoy a feast of cocktail sandwiches, scones, treats and freshly made tea and coffee in the GAA Museum’s Blackthorn Café.  
Sandwiches include:
· Smoked Irish Salmon & Cucumber on Soda Bread
· Tomato & Mozzarella on Ciabatta Bread
· Coronation Free-range Chicken Salad Sandwich

Treats include: 
· Mini Jam & Clotted Cream Scone
· Duo Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
· Gâteau Opéra
Afterwards, you can explore the GAA Museum, which vividly brings to life the story of Gaelic Games from ancient times to present day.

This special ‘High Tea’ tour takes place at 2pm on this Sunday 26th March and tickets cost €25 per person to include the tour and afternoon tea. 

Advance online booking at is highly recommended, as tours book out quickly.


Please note that visitors must be 1.2 metres or taller to take an Etihad Skyline tour and remember to wear flat shoes. Click Here for more information on the Etihad Skyline Tour.

‘Friends of the GAA Museum’ Membership

A novel gift idea for the mother interested in Gaelic Games, history and culture is membership to the new ‘Friends of the GAA Museum’ programme.  

The GAA Museum is the national custodian of all archives and artefacts of the Gaelic Athletic Association and funds raised through this exclusive membership programme will assist in the acquisition of more artefacts and documents, the care of collections, and the restoration and enhancements to existing displays.  

One of the highlights of becoming a ‘Friend’ is an invitation to a VIP gala evening at the GAA Museum with other avid supporters.  Legendary Gaelic Games commentator Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh has been made an ‘Honorary Friend’ of the GAA Museum and an official presentation will be made to Mícheál at this event.  

For an annual membership of €100, Friends of the GAA Museum will also receive unlimited access to the GAA Museum with a guest throughout the year and a special guided tour with the Museum Curator. Friends will also receive a personal membership card, a welcome pack with a personalised mini-hurley in their county colours, a complimentary Stadium Tour, and discounts at the GAA Museum shop and café.

Membership is really exclusive, as there are only 200 annual friendships, so hurry and sign your mom up today.

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