Wondering what to do in Dublin? There’s no better place to start your Dublin adventure than the Guinness Storehouse. Located in the heart of St James’s Gate Brewery, it’s the perfect introduction to the rich history of the city – a history that’s deeply intertwined with Guinness. Always invigorating, this ancient city is modern and historic yet exciting and relaxing. Guinness is a dark Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin, Ireland, in 1759. It is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide, brewed in almost 50 countries, and available in over 120.

It´s no wonder Lonely Planet chose Dublin as one of the world's top 10 cities to visit in 2016! When you walk the streets, the Guinness family’s influence is palpable. From striking architecture to lush green spaces, they have been a positive force in Dublin for centuries. So once you’ve explored the Guinness Storehouse and are wondering what else to do in Dublin, why not get to know our city a little better with a visit to these key landmarks?

The Guinness Storehouse – the Home of Guinness. Your trip to Ireland is not complete without visiting Dublin's #1 tourist attraction.

Guinness Storehouse Tour Dublin



Guinness Storehouse is a tourist attraction at St. James's Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland. Since opening in 2000, it has received over twenty million visitors. ... The Storehouse covers seven floors surrounding a glass atrium shaped in the form of a pint of Guinness.

It started with Arthur and 200 years later we're still honouring his legacy, discover his story at The Guinness Storehouse. Learn The Guinness Story, Our Brewing Story, World of Advertising, Cooperage & Transport and Arthur Guiness Story Learn the history and heritage of Guinness ® brewing up to present day - perfecting our stout through centuries of dedication. Book tickets online & save., remaining essentially unchanged.

Guinness Storehouse
Dublin 8
Eircode: D08 VF8H
Plus Code: 8PR7+P8 Dublin 8, Dublin


The ground floor tells the story of the beer's four ingredients (water, barley, hops and yeast). The brewery tour starts in largest beer glass in the world. It would take 14.3 million pints to fill the giant glass atrium in the centre of the Guinness Storehouse building. Master coopers hand-made the wooden barrels in which Guinness was transported, stacking them so high they were known as the 'Dublin Pyramids' by pilots viewing from overhead. See how the coopers played a vital role in preparing Guinness to be transported throughout Ireland and by sea to 150 countries. The Guinness tasting rooms challenge all your senses. Walk through our aroma room where you can savor swirling vapours of key tastes found in a Guinness - malted barley, beer esters, hops and roasted barley. Continue to our Velvet Chamber where you can learn the best way to enjoy Guinness.

Imagination: it's something we've never been short of. Immerse yourself in over eighty years of groundbreaking print, digital and TV campaigns in the Guinness® World of Advertising, interact with the ads, and take a memorable snap to insert yourself into the historic world of Guinness advertising.

On the fourth floor, we welcome you to our Guinness Academy, where you learn to pour your own perfect pint of Guinness. Enjoy the pint you crafted yourself and receive a certificate from the academy. You can also book a private bar for the Connoisseur Experience with a personal guide to talk you through the flavours.

Our award-winning brewery tour concludes with spectacular 360 panoramic views of Dublin City and beyond from The Gravity Bar, where you can enjoy a free pint on us! See the Wicklow Mountains, where Guinness sources its fresh Irish water for brewing, and plan the next great thing you'll do in Dublin.

Guinness Storehouse  Eircode: D08 VF8H

Guinness Storehouse Eircode: D08 VF8H | Plus Code 8PR7+P8 Dublin 8, Dublin

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