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Stadium Tours FAQs

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You will find the answers to our most common queries below

The GAA Museum is located under the Cusack Stand in Croke Park Stadium.  Access to the museum is via St. Joseph’s Avenue off Clonliffe Road – turn on to St. Joseph’s Avenue at the Daybreak convenience store.   
Yes – there is free on-site parking adjacent to the GAA Museum for cars/buses.  Access to the museum is via St. Joseph’s Avenue (off Clonliffe Road) and when you enter the stadium, security personnel will direct you to the Cusack Car Park.
Stadium Tours depart from/return to the GAA Museum.
The GAA Museum is usually open on match days - depending on the match schedule, the museum’s opening hours and tour timetable can be altered.  It is advisable to check the website for updates. The GAA Museum offers FREE admission on a match day to match ticket-holders and this is valid from the time that the turnstiles open.
Depending on the match schedule, stadium tours may run on match days.  If there is an evening fixture in the stadium, tours may run earlier in the day.  It is advisable to check our website for regular updates. During July and August, special pre-match stadium tours take place.    Booking is essential for these tours as places are limited – these tours can be booked via our website.
Generally the last tour is at 3pm (4pm in June, July & August except Sundays) but this can change depending on the events schedule in the stadium.  Please check our website for updates.
Yes – FREE admission to the GAA Museum is included with all tour tickets.
The stadium tour takes 1 hour 20 minutes (including a 20 minute film at the start) and visitors should also allow at least 30 minutes to visit the GAA Museum.  Visitors can spend time in the museum before and after the stadium tour.
Yes, we have admission rates for primary and secondary school groups, GAA Clubs and other groups.  To find out more, get in touch with us [email protected] or call 01 819 2374
There is a café in the GAA Museum which is open daily serving hot lunches, sandwiches, pastries, snacks, etc.  There are also picnic facilities (outdoor) and if you are bringing a group there are indoor facilities available for your group to have a packed lunch.
The GAA Museum, Croke Park Stadium Tour route and the Ericsson Skyline are fully-accessible for visitors with disabilities. The GAA Museum also has two wheelchairs available for use.
Photography (for non-commercial use) is permitted in the museum and also on the tours.
The tour operates in the English language. Private group bookings can be made for a tour in the Irish language and advance notice must be given.
No. The two tours are separate. It is necessary to book the Ericsson Skyline Tour in advance online here. Tour times and prices are also available on the website.
To guarantee your place on a stadium tour, book online.