Guinness Storehouse

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General Information

Guinness Storehouse is a storehouse and museum that is dedicated to the alcoholic drink Guinness, the museum is situated at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland. The museum is situated in the old fermentation plant and now storehouse for the St. James's Gate Brewery. The building was built in 1902 to the style of Chicago School of Architecture, it was the first steel-framed building erected in Ireland. The museum tells the story of Guinness and how the famous Irish drink is brewed. Visitors are taken on a tour, with seven different floors portraying the story. The last floor contains a bar where you can enjoy a pint of the famous Irish drink with views out to Dublin.

Getting there

If you are travelling by car, there is a free car park available on Crane Street but spaces are limited. If travelling by bus, use the 123 bus that travels towards the storehouse. By tram, take the tram to the ‘St. James Hospital’ stop.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open daily, 9.30am-5pm. Admission price for the tour of the storehouse is set at 18:50 euros for adults.

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  • St James's Gate, Ushers, Dublin 8, Republic of Ireland
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KOD

Posted: 6 Apr 2021, 11:37

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As a proud man of Ireland i'd recommend for anyone to visit this place and sample one of the nations best creations. The tour is actually fairly priced considering the information and samples that you are given. Trust me, it's well worth it.

Posted: 4 Nov 2019, 15:51

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Iconic

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Ireland's iconic beverage and a must visit for many on a trip to Dublin going off the sizable queues and full tours. The tour itself is quite in depth and it finishes with the chance to down the famous beverage in the storehouses bar.

Posted: 15 Jan 2019, 20:45

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Good expierence

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Well worth a visit if you are in Dublin, especially as its one of the finest exports of the country. You might think it's a tad expensive at 18 euros as i did but you get a few drinks to taste with that price during the tour.

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