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Skip the line at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin with a fast-track entrance ticket allowing f...
More than a million people a year visit the home of Guinness, and most agree that it’s a high point ...
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Visit Guinness Storehouse in Dublin with a skip-the-line ticket, and take a seat in the Guinnes...
Enjoy fast-track entrance to the top tourist attraction in Dublin and skip the regular line waiting ...
Enjoy fast-track entrance to Dublin and Ireland's top visitor attraction with a skip-the-regula...
Spend an evening dining aboard the ‘Guinness Canal Barge MV Cadhla,’ a replica of a handsome 19...
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Skip the line at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin with this fast-track entrance ticke...
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Experience the Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Whiskey Distillery on a fully guided tour, visiting t...
When your cruise ship docks in Dublin, enjoy a shore excursion to the Guinness Storehouse. With...
This fully guided one of a kind tour offers you the opportunity to combine two of Dublin’s top attr...
Learn how to taste, savor and enjoy Guinness variants like a true connoisseur at a luxurious private...
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin with a special trip to the Guinness Storehouse. Hear live...
Get bird's eye views of Dublin on a flight over the city and its historic attractions, including the...
...ry, Dublin Castle, the National Art Gallery, St Patrick’s Cathedral and of course the world-famous Guinness Storehouse.
...in attractions such as Trinity College, Guinness Storehouse and Old Jameson Distillery; even better, the pass also inclu...
...open-top bus, with stops at all the top visitor attractions, including the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, and more.
.... Get complimentary entry to the famous Guinness Storehouse, GAA Museum, Dalkey Castle and other visitor draws and landm...
The Guinness Storehouse presents the story of how one of the world’s favourite beverages came to be, taking you through its history and the brewing processes involved in creating the ruby red stout beer.
The Guinness Storehouse presents the story of how one of the world’s favourite beverages came to be, taking you through its history and the brewing processes involved in creating the ruby red stout beer. Ireland’s most famous export was once brewed here, but today the impressive 7-storey building shaped like a giant pint glass is the visitor centre.
There are 7 floors of interesting exhibits, starting from the inception of the brewery. Arthur Guinness leased the 4-acre brewery land in 1759 for a whopping 9000 years at £45 per annum, and it has since grown into the behemoth it is today. See how Irish barley is soaked in the germination vessel and then malted, milled to grist, and mashed with heated water from the Wicklow mountains to make wort. It is further processed with hops for bittering and flavor, and their traditional strain of yeast for fermentation. See the large holding vats and copper distilling pot as well as other artifacts that were once used in the brewery.
Sample some freshly brewed Guinness in the tasting room on the 1st floor, and learn how to pour the perfect pint at the Guinness Academy on the 4th floor.
Finally head up to the Gravity Bar for a free pint of Guinness, and gorgeous panoramic views over Dublin. You can also pick up souvenirs at the store.
St James's Gate, Dublin 8, Ireland
+353 1 408 4800
Decorative arts and historial artificats from the founding of the state and historical Irish civilisation, as well as special exhibits
Modern & contemporary art, formal gardens and cafe
A heritage centre located in central Dublin, at the heart of the medieval city
It is a small, but colourful church, the mother church of the region's Anglican (Episcopalian) denomination
Ireland's largest church and the National Cathedral
Entertaining tour of the whiskey distillery
Contains a wide selection of early books and manuscripts, including sacred texts and manuscripts
The Dublin Castle was formerly the seat of British rule in Ireland till 1922 AD
The prison where the rebels from the 1916 Easter Rising were executed