Croke Park Experience- Museum and Stadium Tour
The GAA Museum,
St Joseph's Avenue,
Ph: 01 8192323
The New GAA Museum
The new GAA Museum offers an unrivalled state-of-the-art interactive visitor experience!
The museum celebrates Ireland’s national games of hurling and Gaelic football. Test your own hurling and Gaelic football skills in the specially-designed interactive zone. See how fast you can react, check your passing skills and practice a fingertip save of the art of the high catch!
Croke Park Stadium Tour
Walk in the footsteps of legends as you experience the magic of a match day…
Our experienced guides will take you behind the scenes of Ireland’s largest and most iconic sporting arenas. Take a seat in the VIP area, visit the players’ lounge and walk pitch side via the player’s tunnel.
Throughout the year, particularly during school holidays, the museum offers family-based events. When the championship season is in full swing, the museum has a range of events for all, including the Bord Gáis Energy Legends Tour Series. Exclusive pre-match tours, hurley-making demonstrations on big match days and much more!
About the Croke Park School Tour Experience
Secondary Schools Programme
The Croke Park Experience offers secondary students at all levels a unique opportunity to learn more about the history of the Gaelic Athletic Association through guided tours and museum exhibits.
Leaving Certificate History Curriculum at the GAA Museum
Bloody Sunday – Military Inquiry Findings
In 2002 the British Public Records Office released a file containing the official Military Court of Inquiry into the deaths at Croke Park on Bloody Sunday 21st November 1920. These papers are available at the museum to researchers and students for viewing by appointment only. To arrange a viewing, please contact the museum’s Archivist – firstname.lastname@example.org
Secondary School Teachers Resource Pack
The GAA Museum has produced a secondary school teachers resource pack entitled The Gaelic Athletic Association through History and Documents 1870-1920. The pack aims to provide a teaching aid which can be used to prepare second level students in advance of a visit to the GAA Museum and participation in a stadium tour.
The pack contains historical fact sheets, a selection of facsimile GAA documents as well as document analysis activity sheets. Fact sheets and documents cover historical GAA personalities, topics and events such as Michael Cusack, Maurice Davin, Archbishop Croke, the GAA and the IRB, Gaelic Sunday 1919, Bloody Sunday 1920 and the History of Croke Park.
Copies of the pack are available upon request to schools and also to download in pdf format from our website – http://www.crokepark.ie/gaa-museum/learning/secondary-schools/teachers-resource-pack
June - August
Monday - Saturday: 09.30 - 18.00
Sunday & Bank Holiday: 10.30 - 17.00
Persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times in the museum.