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The Munster Experience Museum

The Munster Experience Museum gives you an insight into the history of Munster Rugby and Thomond Park Stadium. From the Junior and Senior clubs within the 6 counties of Munster to the Heineken cup trophies and medals won. From the visitors signatures including the New Zealand All Blacks and Australian Wallabies to the games room where you can try your hand at throwing a line-out with authentic Munster match balls and testing your reactions. The Museum is an all-round experience. Admission to the Museum lets you discover the powerful phenomenon that Munster has become, including a shrine to one of the most famous results in world rugby; Munster V New Zealand 1978. If you’re interested in seeing how the new stadium was built, a video montage with pictures and facts will show you. And all of this is just the start. Visit the Munster Experience Museum and feel the inspiration and determination which surrounds Munster Rugby and Thomond Park today!!

Fully Guided Stadium Tour

Follow in the footsteps of your Munster heroes by taking a look behind the scenes at the historic Thomond Park Stadium under the guidance of our fully trained tour guide. The stadium tour takes you to places usually only accessible to players and officials. From a seat in the home dressing room to a walk down the tunnel, the tour gives you a unique opportunity to experience how the Munster players feel on big match days. The Full Stadium Tour consists of a museum visit and film, entry to the home and away dressing rooms, plus visits to pitch-side and the Munster dugout.

Tour Time: 1 hour approx

Match Day

Enhance your Match Day Experience by taking in a visit of “The Munster Interactive Museum” on Match Days. “The Munster Interactive Museum” is open on Match Days, 2.5 hours before kick off until 30 minutes before kick off (i.e. Kick Off 17.30, Museum Open 15.00 – 17.00). Relive all of Munster’s past successes. Practice your line out skills in our interactive section and see memorabilia from Munster’s famous history.