The Guinness Storehouse is reputedly Ireland's No. 1 Dublin tourist attraction. Come stand inside the world's largest pint glass, which rises up through the center of the seven story building (seriously!), and learn about the ingredients of Guinness and the craft of brewing this internationally enjoyed stout.
Located in the heart of the St. James' Gate Brewery, the Storehouse was constructed in 1904 in the style of The Chicago School, the first major, steel-framed, multi-storey building in the British Isles. The building was, up until 1988, used for fermenting beer. It is now an awesome spot to learn some history and throw back a pint.
Here is a list of places and experiences to enjoy inside the Storehouse.
Unfortunately there are no public tours of the brewery itself for health and safety reasons. The Storehouse is a self-guided visit, and usually takes about an hour and a half to see everything.
Definitely arrive early because by mid-day the Storehouse gets crowded.
You don't have to book in advance, but if you do book online there is a 10% discount on adult admission, and you skip the lin on arrival to pick up your ticket at the Information Desk.
Hours: Open Daily, 9:30am-5pm (Sept- June); 9:30am-7pm (late opening during July-August)
Address: St. James's Gate, Dublin 8
Tel: +353 1 408 4800\
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