GAA Museum - Croke Park

Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. Boasting a capacity of 82,300 people, it is the fourth largest stadium in Europe and home of Gaelic games and the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).

The GAA Museum (located under the Cusack Stand, entrance on St. Joseph's Avenue), is one of the top visitor attractions in Dublin! It first opened its doors in 1998 to commemorate, recognise and celebrate the organisation's enormous contribution to Irish sporting, cultural and social life.

From guided tours to interactive exhibits and the fantastic activity room – Cú Chulainn's Den, the GAA Museum offers school children of all ages a unique opportunity to learn more about the Gaelic Athletic Association and its significance in their country's history and their own future

Croke Park Stadium Tours

Experience the magic of match day and follow in the footsteps of legends with the Croke Park Stadium Tour. As one of Ireland's most popular attractions, the Croke Park Stadium Tour offers an in-­‐depth behind the scenes look at one of the biggest, most historic and state-­‐of-­‐the-­‐art sporting arenas in the world.

Etihad Skyline

Dublin's newest attraction, the Etihad Skyline is where visitors can enjoy panoramic views of Dublin and its key landmarks from the roof of the iconic Croke Park stadium. All tours are accompanied by an experienced tour guide; visitors will ascent to a walkway 44 metres above the ground with five viewing platforms along Croke Park's 0.6km rooftop walkway.

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