Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
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Guinness Storehouse, Dublin - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: St James's Gate, Dublin 8, Ireland
Ticket Price: 20 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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When you think of Ireland, you automatically think of the quint essential Irish drink; the Guinness. The Guinness storehouse is a place where you get to learn everything about the making and the history of this iconic drink. All the floors have different sections where Guinness from many different parts of the world is kept on display.
The guides will be able to explain to you just how Guinness is made and stored making it a fascinating experience. They also have exhibitions in the place from time to time, showcasing the history of the drink. The top floor is surrounded by the glass. Different types of Guinness with different chemical make ups are kept there for the guests to understand the making.
You will be amazed at the variety of tastes and flavors that can be found in this simple drink. If you feel famished, they also have refreshment areas where you will get a pint of Guinness free with your drink. Do check out the beef stew if you eat here, it is said to be very good. There are several restaurants and bars around the area so you can check them out for your favorite food as well as Guinness.
One of the most interesting attractions of Dublin, the Guinness Storehouse is a collection of Irish drinks. It is place to learn the making and history of these Irish drinks. Since this is a unique attraction, Guinness Storehouse tickets sell like hot cakes. In order to have an easy access along with an insider’s perspective, you can buy tickets for Guinness Storehouse tours with us. This is your ultimate chance to get Guinness Storehouse ticket prices and have the most out of the deal.
Guinness Storehouse Ticket Prices
- Adult: €20.00
- Child (13-17) €13.50
- Child (6-12) €6.50
How To reach Guinness Storehouse by Public Transport
- Dublin bikes
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If you enjoy beer, this place is mandatory in Dublin. I had a good time learning a little bit more about the brewery history. The exhibitions are interactive what makes you want spend a lot of time listening and reading the information. I suggest to buy the audio guides, it's only 1 euro and makes you understand everything clearer. They offer an opportunity to pour your own free pint at the end of the visit. There's a magnificent view of Dublin at the higher level. There's also restaurants if you need to lunch or brunch, it's a bit expansive but I won't take one star out for it once the price they practice is related to the experience they offer. I appreciate so much being part of this. Lastly the Guiness shop, almost impossible to get out without buying anything.
I love this place. I attended a private event hosted by Google. We were met off the coach by a single drummer who then led us through the gates where we were entertained by The Hit Machine Drummers. They were amazing. The whole welcome made me feel like royalty! Inside there is a massive souvenir shop and then we walked through the museum to the bar upstairs. Loads of fantastic displays, I wish I had more time to take it all in. The food was fantastic, and I really enjoyed my first ever taste of Guinness. The Gravity Bar had superb views of Dublin, but was too noisy to hang around. The bar one floor down was much more comfortable. I really hope I get the chance to visit again one day.
This was one of the first stops on our trip to Ireland. A must-visit for anyone interested in brewing or the history behind the Guinness brand. We took a self-guided tour which included the opportunity to visit a number of interactive displays and a short course in the art and science behind the brew. We also had a hands-on demonstration that aimed to teach the correct way to pour a Guinness. After the tour, we went to the top floor to enjoy a Guinness alongside the spectacular view of Dublin. In all, we spent about four hours touring and enjoying the view.
This is not a working brewery tour. I would characterize this as a historical tour of Guinness in one of the original facilities where it was made. The tour and the attention to it's detail is outstanding. It is a grand old stone building. I enjoyed the tour but took one star off because this is not a true brewery tour. There is a heavy emphasis in the main lobby on buying something with a Guinness logo on it. The pint of Guinness at the overcrowded rooftop bar was the best part of this experience. There is a free parking lot on the next block which was nice.
The atmosphere is fantastic. One can truly experience the feeling of Guinness spirit and tradition. Very well arranged museum. Tasty beer. Excellent views. Fun entertainment.I visited as part of Google Program closing event.
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