Primary Schools Tours
The GAA Museum and Croke Park Stadium Tour offers primary schools pupils a unique opportunity to learn more about the history of the Gaelic Athletic Association through guided tours and interactive exhibits.
Find out what goes on behind-the-scenes and follow in the footsteps of legends on a Croke Park Stadium Tour.
Follow in the footsteps of legends on a Croke Park Stadium Tour
A typical class visit takes approx two hours and includes -
- Film - A Sunday in September (20 minutes)
- A behind-the-scenes guided tour of Croke Park Stadium (I hour 10 minutes)
- Museum activity sheets or Cú Chulainn history workshop
- A chance to explore the exhibits in the newly-refurbished GAA Museum
- Interactive games area where pupils test their skills...see how fast they can react, test their soloing skills and practice the art of the high catch!
- Admission rate is €8 per child (Group rate of €7 per child applies to groups of 40 or more).
The museum and stadium tour route are fully wheelchair accessible.
A primary teacher's resource pack - A History of the GAA from Cú Chulainn to Shefflin - is available on request or it can be downloaded as a pdf here.
Book your class visit today! Telephone Gemma (01) 819 2374 or email firstname.lastname@example.org