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Guinness Storehouse

Guinness is synonymous with Ireland, and the brewery's visitor centre is one of Dublin's most entertaining and interactive attractions.

TravelCurious Tip

There are few things more definitively Irish than a perfectly poured pint of Guinness. In an increasingly lager-dominated world, where many people haven’t even heard of “stout”, you would be hard pushed to find someone who isn’t familiar with Guinness. The Guinness Storehouse will tell you all you need to know about the history, production and success of this global phenomenon.


Brewing Fame and Bottling Glory

The Storehouse is situated next to the St. James’ Gate Brewery. Experienced brewers have been creating Guinness here since 1759, and the plan is to keep doing so for some time yet – Arthur Guinness famously signed a 9,000 year lease for the site. Covering a full seven floors, the Storehouse is laid out on its different levels around an enormous central Guinness pint glass (capacity - 14.3 million pints of the stuff). The ground floor deals with the basics – the four key ingredients and Arthur himself – and as you ascend through the building you will learn about the brewing processes, cooperage, transportation, advertising, and considerably more. You can enter the multisensory tasting room, receive an education in pouring the perfect pint, and familiarize yourself with the four most popular Guinness variants.


The Head of the Pint

Emerging onto the seventh floor, you will find yourself in the Gravity Bar, where you will receive a complimentary pint of Guinness included in the price of your ticket. Here you can put your newfound connoisseurship to the test while enjoying some spectacular views of Dublin from the 360° panoramic windows. An experience not to be missed.

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Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
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Dublin's Private Full Day Highlights Driving Tour
This full day driving tour will whisk you through Dublin's highlights, and give you great insight into Ireland and its people.

  • Enjoy the comfort of a private car for your excursion.
  • Learn about Dublin's extensive history with your private driver guide. 
  • Snap photos of landmark sights, including Trinity College, O'Connell Street, and Dublin Castle.
  • Visit the historic St Patricks Cathedral.
  • Venture towards the  Georgian Henrietta Street. 
  • Enjoy majestic views over Dublin from the Guinness Gravity Bar. 
As you travel, your driver-guide will inform you about Dublin’s 1,000 year history from the first Viking settlers to the Norman arrival and the building of the city into what you see today. Highlights of this tour include the beautiful Georgian squares and parks of Dublin, the Grand Canal Dock, Trinity College area, Templebar, O’Connell Street, the Guinness and Jameson areas, the historic Phoenix Park, Dublin Castle, St Patricks Cathedral and much more.

On your tour, you will have the opportunity to visit the historic St Patricks Cathedral which dates back to 1211 AD and was lovingly restored in the 1800's by the Guinness family. From St Patricks Cathedral, you will make your way across Dublin to the perfectly preserved Georgian Henrietta Street dating from the mid 1700's to visit this historical townhouse telling the story of Dublin in the 1800's. This site is closed on Monday and Tuesdays so alternatively one can enjoy a tour of Glasnevin Cemetery which has a fascinating history and is very much a who's who of Irish history. From here, enjoy a nice lunch in a cafe or pub (food not included in price), before continuing to Guinness in the afternoon where you will get to climb up the virtual pint of Guinness and enjoy majestic views over Dublin from Gravity Bar as you relax and sip a pint of Irelands Black Gold.
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