The GAA Museum in Dublin 3

The GAA Museum is located in Dublin 3 (county of Dublin )

Address: St Joseph’s Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin 3

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Phone: 01 8192323 / 01 8192300
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As well as featuring displays which vividly illustrate the history and development of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present day, the museum is home to the official GAA Hall of Fame, which celebrates former players who have made a unique and exceptional contribution to hurling and footballExhibits celebrate the modern heroes of the games and feature Four-in-a-Row teams, great Replays and Rivalries, Camogie, Ladies Football, Handball and International Rules, as well as dedicated displays on the current Hurler and Footballer of the Year and All-Ireland Club Champions. There are oral history sound booths showcasing clips from the Association’s oral history archive, as well as touch screen exhibits that give visitors the opportunity to watch highlights of All-Ireland football and hurling finals from as far back as 1931, as well as a new exhibit of radio commentaries featuring the unique voices of Michael O Hehir and Michael Ó Muircheartaigh.


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