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- Directions: Buses 3,11,11A,16,16A,123 (from O'Connell Street), 46A to Mountjoy Square. Train, 15 minutes walk from Connolly Station, 5 minutes walk from Drumcondra Railway Station
- Facilities: Cafe, toilets, baby changing, audio-visual theatre, free parking. The GAA Museum and Croke Park Stadium tour are fully wheelchair accessible.
- Opening Times: June - Aug: 09.30 - 18.00 daily Sept - May: 09.30 - 17.00 daily **The GAA Museum is closed on Good Friday and opening hours may vary during Christmas holidays. *On match days the museum opens with the turnstiles. A discount rate of admission applies for a museum visit on match days.
- Admission Prices: Stadium Tour and GAA Museum Admission Rates: Adults: €12 Children: €8 Students: €9 (with valid ID) Seniors: €9 (with valid ID) Family (2 adults & 2 children) €32 Note: Children under 5 years - FREE Museum Only Admission Rates: Adult: €6 Child (under 12): €4 Student: €5 Senior: €5 Family (2 adults + 2 children): €16.00 Children under 5 years - FREE
GAA MuseumDublin City Dublin - Ireland East
A must for anyone interested in the history and development of Ireland's national games of hurling and gaelic football. Interactive and touch-screen technology help bring to life the unique moments, players and games from the past up to the present day. Visitors can test their own skills in hurling and Gaelic football in the specially-designed interactive games area. Visitors to the museum can also experience Croke Park Stadium, one of the most historic and modern sporting arenas anywhere in the world. The stadium tour goes behind the scenes at this 82,300 capacity stadium, including dressing rooms, player's tunnel, pitch-side, corporate suites, VIP section and state-of-the-art media centre. Our guides will also bring you to the Players Lounge, corporate suites, and finally to the media centre on the top tier of the stadium where you will enjoy a spectacular bird’s eye view of Croke Park! Visitors will have the opportunity to visit the GAA Museum which traces the birth and growth of the GAA. Recently refurbished, it houses a vast collection, including hurleys, jerseys, trophies, medals, flags and banners. There’s also a chance to test your hurling and Gaelic football skills in the museum’s specially-designed interactive games area.
ContactTelephone+353 (0)18 19 2300
Address: Jones's Road, Dublin, Co Dublin