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Is Croke Park open for tours?


Is Croke Park open for tours?

Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over 100 years. With a capacity of 82,300, this magnificent stadium is actually the third largest in Europe….December.

Mon – Fri No Tours
Sat/Sun No Tours

When did Croke Park museum open?

There was a lot going on in Ireland when the GAA Museum opened its doors under the new Cusack Stand in 1998, including the signing of the Good Friday Agreement and the first meeting of the Northern Irish Assembly.

What can you do in Croke Park?

Events & Offers

  • Friends of the GAA Museum.
  • Bord Gáis Energy GAA Legends Virtual Tours.
  • Stadium Tours Move Outdoors This Summer!
  • Culture Night at the GAA Museum.
  • GAA Museum Gift Shop.
  • GAA Museum Book Club.
  • Bloody Sunday Exhibition.
  • Stadium & Skyline tours gift vouchers.

Is Croke Park the biggest stadium in Europe?

About Croke Park Stadium The stadium is one of the largest in Europe, with a capacity of 82,300 and can accommodate all types of events – from field sports to concerts, meetings to tradeshows and bespoke banqueting.

Where is the GAA headquarters?

Dublin, Ireland
Gaelic Athletic Association/Headquarters

Can you go inside Dublin Castle?

For the most part, Dublin Castle is accessible. There is an elevator in the State Apartments. Unfortunately, the Medieval Undercroft is only accessible by stairs.

Why is there a GAA Museum in Ireland?

With a presence in every community throughout Ireland, the GAA permeates Irish life like no other organisation or movement. Through its collections and exhibitions, the GAA Museum offers a unique insight into Irish life and provides a rich experience that extends beyond sport.

What to do at the home of the GAA?

GAA Museum & Tours. For a truly Irish experience, go behind-the-scenes at Croke Park Stadium – the home of Gaelic Games on a Stadium Tour – visiting the dressing rooms, exiting the famous Hogan tunnel to go pitch-side and taking in the views from around the stadium.

When is the GAA Museum in Croke Park open?

Monday – Saturday 9am to 5pm Sunday 10am to 5pm Access to the GAA Museum and the new ‘Remembering Bloody Sunday’ exhibition are complementary after your tour. For later tours, we recommend you come to the museum in advance of your tour, as the museum closes at 5.00pm.

How long can you stay in the GAA Museum?

Places are limited to allow for social distancing, with a maximum stay of one hour. Tickets must be booked online in advance. A chance to see the museum’s short film ‘September Days’ which tells the story of Croke Park on All-Ireland Sundays.