The GAA Museum is located north of Dublin's city center, in Croke Park, and is dedicated to the promotion of Ireland's national sports and the influence sport has had on Irish culture.
The museum chronicles the history of sports such as hurling, Gaelic football, Camogie and Handball using books, photographs, video and memorabilia.
Entry into the museum and the stadium is via a guided tour, which lasts about one hour. The stadium is a spectacular arena and can accommodate over 90,000 spectators. The tour takes you to the player's dressing rooms, the corporate boxes and VIP areas as well as the media center. Also on the tour is a visit to the actual playing fields.
Croke Park is within walking distance of the city center but is also serviced well by public transport. Several buses leave from O'Connell Street and also from Lower Abbey Street. The closest train stations are Drumcondra and Connolly Stations. Parking is available on St Joseph's and St. Margaret's Avenue.
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