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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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  • Neither more nor less that a visit guided by a factory of beer, that Yes, well decorated and with tasting end. See too much face the entrance to what really is the experience. Another thing is if you want to really learn the history of the beer, then it is advisable because the visit is pleasant and very explanatory.
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  • This sports a very well organized and easy access tour of how Guinness crafts its product. Interesting, informative, and entertaining. Go during the week when it's slow. Then have a draft to appreciat...  more »
  • Great tour, very thorough overview of the history and contemporary aspects of Guinness. The rooftop bar is a must see. 
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  • We absolutely loved it! We did the connoisseur private experience, and it was so worth it. You go in a small group to a private bar where you taste different types of Guinness and learn about their history and learn how to pour the perfect Guinness pint. The museum tour is included in this experience and a free pint! (Two actually) So fun, we would definitely do it again and bring friends!
  • What can I say brilliant place, fantastic layout, informative and a sense of pride in the product and it's history. Well worth the price, never pulled a pint of the dark stuff till today. I can only say five of us spoke of our heritage growing up on Jamaican Guinness Punch. Yep we use a bottle of Guinness in it . Google it peeps. I was surprised no one heard of it here, it's passed the lips of every Jamaican person on the planet staff are fab and very sociable well worth 20 euros. Thank you ❤️🍀🙏🏽
  • The Guinness Storehouse is a must attraction in Dublin, even if you are not a beer-lover. It costs 20 euros for adults (prices might be cheaper in the morning hours or with student IDs). The visit is self-guided, you can spend inside as much time as you want. As there are 7 floors. you need at least 2 hours to read, watch and try everything. At the end of the tour you get a free pint of Guinness that you can either brew for yourself after a short training at the Guinness Academy, or you just enjoy it at the Gravity bar on the top floor, where you have a spectacular panoramic view of the whole city.
  • Fantastic place. I have been here four times and it is Brilliant. There is so much to see here and do. The tasting and learning to pour your own pint is great. The food in the restaurants is fantastic and great value for money. A great place to learn of our history. You will get some stunning views of Dublin from Gravity Bar. The souvenir shop is great, I could spend hours here. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Oh my goodness, do not leave Dublin without experiencing this. It's a partially self guided tour, that is very organized and well laid out, so you can take your time. There are a couple of stops to teach the art of tasting and pouring Guinness, and the whole thing takes a little over an hour to meander through. The view from the 7th floor Gravity Bar is amazing, the vibe is great, and that was probably the best pint of Guinness I've ever had.