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Guinness Storehouse

Market Street | St James Gate, Dublin D8, Ireland
+353 1 408 4800
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GUINNESS STOREHOUSE(R), Ireland's No. 1 visitor attraction is a "must see" on any visit to Dublin. Housed in an old fermentation plant in the heart of St James's Gate Brewery, the now seven-storey visitor experience tells the story of Ireland's iconic drink and beings to life the heritage of this world famous beer. Your journey begins standing at the bottom of the world's largest pint glass, which rises through the building. It is a dramatic story that begins over 250 years ago and ends in Gravity(R) Bar, Dublin's highest bar where you will receive a complimentary pint of GUINNESS(R) while enjoying spectacular views over Dublin.
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  • Average12%
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“gravity bar” (5 743 reviews)
“free pint” (1 686 reviews)
“brewing process” (937 reviews)
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Hours Today: 09:30 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Market Street | St James Gate, Dublin D8, Ireland
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+353 1 408 4800
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Reviewed today

As soon as we entered, I felt like I was in a Disney World attraction. This is one of the best self guided tours I have ever taken, As soon as you enter, start to read the information borards and meander through the exhibits. I...More

Thank clkerr1118
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Reviewed today

Some people will probably be disappointed that this is not an actual factory tour, but instead a sort of Guinness Museum in an old factory building. However, you are right next door to where they actually do the brewing and, frankly, as far as museums...More

Thank pabirds
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Reviewed today

Visited as part of Stag weekend. The tour was very well presented & informative without giving out too much information and nicely finished of with a pint of the black gold.

Thank john v
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After arriving by City tour open top bus we entered the Guinness storehouse expecting to be there for a hour, 5 hours later we left having had a great tour learning how Guinness is made and truly tastes. We had Irish stew in the cafe...More

Thank andychamberlain2017
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Although I'm from Dublin, I had never visited the Guinness storehouse and it seems like a rite of passage of sorts so myself and my partner booked tickets and went along on a Saturday afternoon. It was definitely worth the visit! It's self-guided, and although...More

Thank DarD92
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My wife and I aren’t big drinkers or even Guineas drinkers but found this a well run and interesting visit - complimentary pint in the roof top bar finished the visit really well

Thank KevKeith
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The tour was informative but the best part comes at the end when you sip on a delicious pint of Guiness in the in house bar that has an amazing view of Dublin in all directions with information related to all the landmarks you can...More

Thank arbibie
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Not an actual brew house tour. Self -guided museum of reading their information and looking at a few videos. I've been on A-B and Coors brewery tours that actually toured parts of the brewery. Much better than this. You get a beer with entry, expensive...More

Thank campblrbeck
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Definitely worth a visit as very informative but very expensive for entry. Plenty to see & some good restaurants & bars to visit.

Thank John M
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I've been here couple of times because of different family members wanting to go and have to say none of them nor myself have had any super interesting experiences. It's a brewery. Whichever way you cut it, it's still a brewery. I think worth going...More

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Joel M
17 June 2018|
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Response from paul828 | Reviewed this property |
2hours should be plenty
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Megan A
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Response from Rafael A | Reviewed this property |
No. I think It’s not enough time.
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Response from QueenofFairies654 | Reviewed this property |
Yes absolutely, when my dad and I went there were even kids younger than 7 years
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