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Visit the Legendary Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse in Dublin
Learn about the history of the famous Guinness brew at the original Guinness brewery. The brewery first opened in 1876. Today, the brewery offers a guided tour for visitors who want to sample Guinness and learn how it is made. The tour gives you a chance to see the ingredients that go into Guinness and watch the process of it's making. It concludes with a complimentary pint of Guinness in the Gravity Bar on the top floor, the perfect place to enjoy panoramic views of Dublin City.

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Prices -

Adult: €20.00. Adult Online €18. Adult via Group €18; Student (U 18) €13.50 Student (18+) & OAP: €16.00; Children from 6-12: €6.50 Children under 6: Free; Family tickets: €45 (2A up to 4C)
 

Hours -

9:30am to 7pm; 9:00am to 8pm in July and August
 

Events

  • Open Gate Brewery
  • St. Patrick's Festival Supper Club
  • International Stout Festival
 
 

Activities

  • Fifth Floor Tasting Experience
  • Guinness Retail Store
  • Gravity Bar
  • 1.5 hour Self-Guided Tour
  • Connoisseur Bar
  • Brewers' Dining Hall
 

FAQs

  • Do I need to get tickets to the Guinness Storehouse in advance? 

    You can purchase tickets in advance online, including group tickets. All adult tickets include a complimentary pint of Guinness (with a valid ID) and all visitors under 18 years of age receive a complimentary soft drink. Access to all the eateries and bars is included with the brewery tour.
  • Is the Guinness brewery open to tourists?

    The brewery has two bars and four eateries on the premises, including a private tasting bar on the 4th floor and the Guinness food experience floor on the 5th floor where you can enjoy live music while you sample traditional Irish food. The 7th floor is home to The Gravity Bar with views of the Wicklow Mountains.
 

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