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Guinness Storehouse, Dublin

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Have a pint of Ireland's favorite beer at Guinness Storehouse, which narrates the history of one of the country's major exports. The old storehouse is the only part of a massive brewery open to the public--its signature attraction is a glass atrium designed to resemble a pint of Guinness. Discover the history of both the historical brewery and the popular brand on the ground floor, and then proceed up through seven more floors that demonstrate everything from the selection of barley and hops to the transportation and advertising of the finished product. Once you reach the top, claim your complimentary pint of the black brew at the storehouse's glass-enclosed bar, which offers panoramic views of the city. Plan to visit Guinness Storehouse during your Dublin vacation using our convenient Dublin family vacation planner.
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  • I have been there for the second time enjoyed delicious beer and all historic place. One of the place which cannot be missed during visit in Dublin  more »
  • This is not a brewery tour. It is a high tech journey through the history and making o Guinness. I found it all very interesting and you can go at your own pace. I enjoyed learning how to properly pou...  more »
  • If you like beer it's Guinness so it's a must do. Plenty to see so plan on 2 - 3 hours for your visit. It's more of a museum / experience vs. visiting a brewery. Tour is self paced and yes you get som...  more »
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  • Was thoroughly disappointed. I am a big fan of Guinness but found the "tour" to be poor at best. First off, at no point do you actually get to see where the beer is made. Additionally, the building was incredibly crowded and completely devoid of any organization. There were no tour guides taking you through the exhibit and or keeping people moving. Plan to wait an additional hour in lines for the most interesting parts. That said, the view from the top was tremendous... if you don't mind looking over the hundreds of other people between you and said view. The only positive attribute I found was how delicious the Guinness was.
  • I love this place. Truly. It is a tourist spot for sure, but they have made it accessible even with crowds and personal. The tasting experience is awesome, and the self guided tour allows you to flow at your own pace. My only complaint is that if you are the last tour they don't warn you when the tower closes so we could barely finish our pints. I've been twice, and both times are worth it.
  • Correct: this ain't a brewery tour. Its self guided and self paced for the first part. Truth be told, if you don't like the Guinness name, you will be disappointed. We went for the free points and...well...if you come to Dublin and don't go, people will think you're crazy. Because the pints were free, the wife tried a Guinness for the first time. Surprisingly, she liked it. While I wouldn't rate this a five, it's not really a one either. We liked the history and the beer, so it gets four stars. Someone else recommend the Jameson tour for the how-to, and they are right, but the samples there are so much smaller. Heck, do both...
  • I've been there twice, and I enjoyed the second time as much as the first. Definitely one of my favourite places in Dublin. It's a bit pricey to get in but absolutely worth it. At the end of the tour you can get a free pint in the rooftop bar, which is amazing with 360 degree panoramic view of the city. Great experience from the beginning till the end.
  • I am not really a big fan of beer, but I admire their commercial and their those video played in the storehouse tour. I did rent the audio guide, so I feel like I know things more. Audio guide is 1euro per person. With your entree ticket, you get your free cup of drink.