Breakthroughs features footage and images from teams that have achieved a major milestone in hurling and football
A new gallery celebrates the players – those legends of the game who have enthralled and entertained hurling and football fans of all ages. Every All-Star poster from 1971 to the present day is featured on a new touch screen exhibit.
New exhibits feature items belonging to former and current Hurling and Football Greats
The new gallery in the GAA Museum, celebrating the great players in hurling, football, camogie and ladies football and featuring a four-screen video wall with footage of hurling and football legends
Located on the ground floor of the GAA Museum, the new Hall of Fame features 2013 inductees Tony McTague (football) and Eamonn Cregan (hurling) alongside the hurling and football Teams of the Millennium.
The new GAA Museum Hall of Fame celebrates those who have made an enduring and lasting impact on Gaelic Games
Liam O'Neill and An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. with original programme for 1936 AIFF Laois v Mayo
Handball Legends Ducksie Walsh, Joey Maher and Eoin Kennedy at the new handball exhibit
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D., Liam O'Neill, Tony Reddin and his grand daugther outside the GAA Museum