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Seachtain na Gaeilge - Turais Staide i bPáirc an Chrócaigh
7th marzo 2015 11.30
Reachtáilfear turais threoraithe i nGaeilge ar Staid Pháirc an Chrócaigh ar an Satharn 7ú Márta ag 11.30.
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Seachtain na Gaeilge - Turais Staide i bPáirc an Chrócaigh (1)
14th marzo 2015 11.30
Reachtáilfear turais threoraithe i nGaeilge ar Staid Pháirc an Chrócaigh ar an Satharn 14ú Márta ag 11.30.
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Seachtain na Gaeilge Legends Tour with Joe Connolly
14th marzo 2015 12.00
As part of events to mark Seachtain na Gaeilge 2015, the GAA Museum presents a very unique guided tour of Croke Park Stadium in the company of former All-Ireland winning captain, Joe Connolly. This tour will be conducted through Irish.
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High Tea with the Etihad Skyline Tour on Mother's Day
15th marzo 2015 12.00 & 12.30
Take your Mother's Day celebrations to new heights and treat the most important woman in your life to high tea with a difference! The GAA Museum has a very special Mother's Day package on offer for Mother's Day 2015.
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Hunt for Easter Eggs in Croke Park! (1)
1st aprile 2015 to 6th aprile 2015 11.30 & 13.30
Join the staff of the GAA Museum on a special guided tour of Croke Park Stadium in the run-up to Easter....follow the clues and find the tokens to collect your Easter Eggs!
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