Guinness Storehouse

Currently Closed
  • Address: St James's Gate, Dublin 8, Ireland
    Map
  • Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +353-14084800
  • Ticket Price: 20 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Bar, Food And Drinks, Brewery, Restaurant, Entertainment, Exhibition , Adults

Guinness Storehouse - Review

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

  • Car
  • Rent-a-bike
  • Dublin bikes

Restaurants Near Guinness Storehouse

  • Queen of Tarts – Dessert, Breakfast
  • Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud – French fine dining

Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Dublin before you plan your trip.

Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Dublin and book an accommodation of your choice.

TripHobo Highlights for Guinness Storehouse

  • Guinness Storehouse Address: St James's Gate, Dublin 8, Ireland
  • Guinness Storehouse Contact Number: +353-14084800
  • Guinness Storehouse Timing: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm
  • Guinness Storehouse Price: 20 EUR
  • Best time to visit Guinness Storehouse(preferred time): 11:00 am - 01:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Guinness Storehouse: 02:00 Hrs
  • Try the best online travel planner to plan your travel itinerary!
  • Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki?curid=5965415
Are you associated with this business? Get in Touch

Things to Know Before Visiting Guinness Storehouse

  • 91.83% of people who visit Dublin include Guinness Storehouse in their plan

  • 42.66% of people start their Guinness Storehouse visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Guinness Storehouse

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

92.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Guinness Storehouse

People normally club together St Stephen's Greens and Kilmainham Gaol while planning their visit to Guinness Storehouse.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Guinness Storehouse Trips

Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Reviews

Google+
  • This will come up on any list of touristy things to do in Dublin. We felt like we had to check it out while we were there. If you buy tickets online, you get a discount. You but tickets for a specific time, but we were let in right when we got there which was before our time. The experience is pretty cool. It is definitely very much a production. There was a floor for advertising which I thought was pretty interesting. They focused a lot on how the beer is made. You get a free pint (which can also be used for soda) that can be used at one of a few different bars or experiences. We used ours at the gravity bar which was really cool with an amazing view of the city, but it was incredibly crowded. There's if course a gift shop where you can buy just about anything you could ever want branded with Guinness. I wish it had been a bit more interactive and that they had given more background on the Guinness family and the history of the brewery. All in all, we enjoyed our time here, but I don't think I would be devastated if I missed it.

  • Loved how they show you the process of how to make this delicious beer! It does taste better here as opposed to anywhere else! We had a self guided tour which wasn’t bad but I thought we were paying for someone to guide us.. it was still a good time! The top floor shows you an amazing 360 view of the city which was breathtaking! Thanks!

  • A really well put together visitors attraction. A great tour going through both the beer and local history? Tick. Some iconic tourist shopping? Tick. A few nice places to rest your feet and eat? Tick. A bar with great views of the city? Tick. It’s busy but for a reason - a must visit in Dublin.

  • Very interesting to see the process how Guinness is made from scratch, it's history and so on. You don't necessary have to like Guinness to enjoy this place. You will get a pint of Guinness included in the ticket, but you can also get a pint of lager or a soft drink instead. Definitely worth a visit if you are in Dublin. I would recommend coming here before 4 pm, because otherwise you may not have time to enjoy your drink in the bar on the top floor since they close at 7 pm.

  • I'm sorry to say that the place is just a well done commercial site. Too much people, too much persons that want to drink and not to know. We liked the first two floor, the historical ones. In my personal opinion it would be a good occasion to visit and know how to make beer, instead I find a big beer mall. About the ticket price: we payed 18.00 € per adult and 16.50 € per children and get a "free" pint of Guinness. All this made me feel like a hen to pluck. Definitely not a place to visit again. Sorry for that.

Read all reviews