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Guinness Storehouse

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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...more
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Market Street | St James Gate, Dublin D8, Ireland
+353 1 408 4800
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you don't mind spending 25 Euros (and several hours of your day in Dublin) to basically get into a gift shop, this place might be for you. The "tour" does not actually include any actual brewing facilities. It is mostly poster displays and one...More

Thank waltfromflint
Reviewed yesterday

Skip the line! You can buy your timed tickets online, and pick them up from the kiosk when you arrive. The main tour is self-guided and takes you through the brewing process, history of the company, and its modern direction. And of course, you get...More

Thank aidanboleyn
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It is a tourist trap but that’s to be expected. You see different things at each level including how to taste Guinness properly and how to pour the perfect pint. If you buy tickets online which we did don’t bother with queue jump as there...More

Thank Jessica G
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We definitely could have used more time here than the three hours we did. Even though this is a self-guided tour there is plenty of interaction with displays and things to read. My favorite area was the advertisement one full of old ads and commercials...More

Thank icastu
Reviewed yesterday

This was the second time I've visited the Guinness Storehouse with a group of people - I went a few years ago with all of my family, and this time was with work. I had a pleasant enough experience both times I went, though there's...More

Thank Amy M
Reviewed yesterday

The Guinness Storehouse is one of those experiences you have to take part in if you're in Dublin, you can spend as little or as much time there as you want depending on how much you want to take part in and learn about Guinness!...More

Thank nik1905
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It was a fun time to get a history of Guinness and an understanding of how beer is produced ... but it’s really all about saying you’ve been there and have had a Guinness at the gravity bar. I’m glad we went early and had...More

Thank Daydream135560
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Just came back from Dublin after touring the storehouse. I’m still not a beer drinker but absolutely thought they did a great job telling the story of the company from the ingredients to the advertising to the transportation to the philanthropy. My only reason for...More

Thank Bikeremma
Reviewed 2 days ago

While a symbol of Ireland, the Guiness Storehouse was an overhyped tourist trap. There is no "tour"...you wander through rooms with placards that you read or videos that you watch. There is no human guide, nor any tour through the actual brewing facilities. Upon arrival,...More

Thank Beth W
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If you love Guinness, add this to your plans, worth a view and a nice experience to drink arious around the world offerings of theirs ...

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8 September 2018|
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Response from Dr Mel K | Reviewed this property |
Hi: I agree with person who stated that you will have to pay to get in and go straight to the top for a beer. I did not like the Dublin Pass, but you might as it did include Guinness preferred admission. Have fun! Dublin... More
8 September 2018|
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Response from Stephanie D | Reviewed this property |
Not really sure. I would call them and ask them.
2 September 2018|
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Response from BJSweeney | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is an elevator.