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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Schools | Secondary Schools
    and discover the history of Ireland s most famous sporting arena Walk in the footsteps of GAA legends and learn about the vital role the Gaelic Athletic Association has played in modern Ireland and its influence on Irish culture A visit to the GAA Museum and Croke Park Stadium Tour offers secondary students at all levels a unique opportunity to learn more about the history of the Gaelic Athletic Association

    Original URL path: http://www.crokepark.ie/gaa-museum/school-tours/secondary-schools?lang=it-IT (2015-10-08)
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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Schools | TY Programme - 2015/2016
    made history when she became the first ever female presenter of Sports Sunday in the 40 year period of the show During this workshop Jacqui will discuss her own career progression and her daily working life before a questions and answers session with students wishing to develop a career in the sports media arena Jacqui has worked across television radio print and online making her the perfect role model for aspiring sports journalists Option 2 Mindfulness Workshop with Diarmuid Lyng Date November 11 th 2015 Time 10 00 and 13 30 Speaker Diarmuid Lyng Workshop focus Teacher journalist travel writer and former Wexford hurling captain Diarmuid Gizzy Lyng will guide a one and a half hour experiential workshop with class groups This highly impactful workshop will include class participation and group work that will address everyday issues facing students The aim is for students to have honest peer to peer conversations about their challenges and their ambitions and to realise ways to be who they want to be The session will deal with respect for alternative views and opinions and Diarmuid will draw on his own experiences both on and off the hurling pitch For bookings Only 100 students can be accommodated per session so places are extremely limited All workshops must be booked in advance by emailing Gemma on tours crokepark ie or phoning 01 819 2374 Places will be filled on a first come first served basis at a rate of 10 per student Climb to New Heights on your School Tour Etihad Skyline and Awesome Walls Combo Tour for Secondary Schools Looking for an action packed trip for your transition year or secondary school class Why not spend the day at two of Dublin s most exciting attractions Etihad Skyline at Croke Park and Awesome Walls have

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Schools | Language Schools
    s largest sporting organisation A visit to Croke Park Stadium and the GAA Museum is a great way for your students to learn about Ireland s unique national games and the fastest field games in the world hurling and Gaelic football in a fun and enjoyable way This modern stadium steeped in history ranks alongside Wembley Stadium London Camp Nou Barcelona and Santiago Bernabeu Madrid as one of the largest stadia in Europe As well as being home to Gaelic games Croke Park has also hosted Six Nations Rugby soccer internationals and concerts by world famous artists What s on Offer Language School Groups can avail of two options Croke Park Stadium Tour GAA Museum 2 hour visit 9 00 per student Stand Tour GAA Museum 1 hour visit 6 50 per student Our guided Stadium Tours offer an access all areas trip through the home of Irish sport Your students will visit the team dressing rooms before walking pitchside via the players tunnel taking a seat in the VIP area and then enjoying panoramic views from the top tier of the stand 30 meters above the famous pitch Stand Tours offer a museum visit with an overview of Croke

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Exhibitions | GAA Dynasties
    GAA is a central part of life for many Irish families Be it at club or county level the playing of Gaelic games is an unbroken tradition passed down through generations Some families in particular have continuously achieved success at the highest levels It is this long lasting link between family life and the GAA which is celebrated in a brand new exhibition now open at the GAA Museum GAA Dynasties explores the unique accomplishments of some of Gaelic Games most famous families The exhibition housed on the ground floor of the GAA Museum displays items from the Canning brothers of Portumna and Galway the Kernans of Crossmaglen and Armagh the Leahy brothers of Boherlahan and the McHughs of Donegal amongst others Exhibits include the All Ireland hurling medals won by the Larkin family from Kilkenny These All Ireland hurling medals were won by Paddy Phil Fan and Philly Larkin grandfather father and son and date from 1932 to 2003 highlighting a unique hurling record in GAA history Other displays feature the 16 All Ireland medals won the Ó Sé brothers Darragh Tomás and Marc alongside a bust of their uncle the legendary Páidí Ó Sé GAA Dynasties runs until

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Exhibitions | Hair Hurling Balls - Earliest Artefacts of our National Game
    hurling balls on display as part of the exhibition which was researched and developed by the National Museum of Ireland and previously hosted at the Museum of Country Life in Castlebar County Mayo The balls are made from matted cow hair with a plaited horsehair covering and all found in bogs during the handcutting of turf The balls have been dated with the oldest dated to c 1192 making it

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Exhibitions | Collections
    to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email Collections The GAA Museum houses a vast collection that illustrates the development of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present day The collection covers the period from the foundation of the GAA in 1884 to the present day and represents local national and international aspects of the Association The GAA Museum is home to the most iconic trophies in Irish

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Exhibitions | Legends Tours
    the process The 2015 line up includes Tommy Walsh Kilkenny Seán Boylan Meath Paddy Cullen Dublin Eoin Kelly Tipperary John Mullane Waterford Tomas Ó Sé Kerry John O Leary Dublin Anthony Tohill Derry Benny Tierney Armagh Joe Connolly Galway Seachtain na Gaeilge Extra tours will be added in September to take place on the eve of both the All Ireland Hurling and All Ireland Football Finals Book now for 2015 Legends Tour Series Brendan Cummins Tipperary August 2014 From 2008 2014 the line up of Legends Tour participants is 2008 Jimmy Keaveny Dublin Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh Seán Boylan Meath Charlie Redmond Dublin Joe McDonagh Galway Eoin Bomber Liston Kerry Jimmy Barry Murphy Cork 2009 Jimmy Magee Anthony Daly Clare Cyril Farrell Galway Michael Babs Keating Tipperary LIam Griffin Wexford Eugene McGee Offaly Colm O Rourke Meath Brian Mullins Dublin Mick O Dywer Kerry Eddie Keher Kilkenny Dara Ó Cinnéide Kerry Seachtain na Gaeilge 2010 Barney Rock Dublin Graham Geraghty Meath Darragh Ó Sé Kerry Peter Canavan Tyrone Donal O Grady Cork Billy Morgan Cork Paddy Doherty Down Nicky English Tipperary Brian Cody Kilkenny Seachtain na Gaeilge 2011 Bernard Flynn Meath Ray Silke Galway Tony Hanahoe Dublin Ollie Canning Galway Martin

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Exhibitions | Previous Exhibitions
    2009 and featured 50 photographs including several enhanced archival images which had never before been on public display The earliest photograph on display featured the Trinity College Hurling team of 1879 pictured outside the Trinity College Exam Hall three years before the GAA was founded Other notable images included a magnificent one of Michael Collins Harry Boland and GAA Secretary Luke O Toole before a hurling game in Croke Park in 1921 A number of significant events held in Croke Park over the last century were featured including the 1924 Rodeo the 1928 Tailteann Games Muhammed Ali s famous fight against Al Blue Lewis and the more recent Special Olympics Opening Ceremony in 2003 and also the U2 concert in 2005 Great teams of the past and present were included to the forefront was a team photograph of the Irish Invasion team which represented the GAA during a trip to the United States in 1888 also featured were action shots of Dublin and Armagh players during the fantastic 1977 All Ireland Football Final Present day teams also featured Portumna s Damien Hayes is captured celebrating a goal in the 2009 All Ireland Ireland Club Championship Final and Tyrone s Sean

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