Museum Opening Arrangements - August Bank Holiday Weekend
30th July 2012
On Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th August, Croke Park will host the quarter-finals in the GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.
On Saturday 4th August, supporters from Mayo, Down, Laois and Dublin will travel to Croke Park to cheer on their teams in the GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship while the minor teams from Tipperary and Mayo will contest the first of the quarter-finals in the GAA All-Ireland Minor Football Championship.
The following day, Sunday 5th August, the action gets underway in Croke Park at 12.00 with the minor footballers of Kerry and Roscommon taking to the field.
This will be followed by the clash of Munster Champions Cork against Kildare and then Ulster Champions Donegal will play Kerry.
The GAA Museum will be open throughout the weekend, although there will be alterations to both the museum opening hours and the stadium tour timetable.
Saturday 4th August
The museum will be open from 13.30 - 18.00 with access restricted to match-day ticket holders only. Stadium tours will not operate on Saturday 4th August.
Sunday 5th August
The museum will be open from 11.30 - 15.30 with access restricted to match day ticket holders only. The normal stadium tour timetable will not operate on Sunday 5th August. A special pre-match stadium tour will take place at 10.15 - find out more and book tickets.
Monday 6th August (Bank Holiday)
The museum will be open and stadium tours will operate as normal. The museum will be open from 10.30 - 17.00 with guided tours taking place at 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00 and 15.00.