What can I expect
- Entry to Ireland's most popular attraction
- Explore seven floors of interactive experiences in the home of Guinness
- Panoramic views of Dublin at the Gravity Bar
- Enjoy a complimentary pint of the black stuff
Visit The Guinness Storehouse
As you explore the space, find out what makes the brewing process so special, hear about the history of the brewery, and check out the archive of award-winning Guinness advertisements on display. Your final stop is the Gravity Bar, where you can admire panoramic views of the city as you enjoy a complimentary well-earned pint of "the black stuff."
St. James’s Gate - Where it all Began
Your adventure begins the moment you walk through the door and into the building’s giant, pint-shaped heart of glass. Located in the heart of the legendary St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, this production site has been home to the Guinness Brewery since 1759, when Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000 year lease. As you make your way through the Guinness Storehouse self-guided, you will discover what ingredients go into making the Black Stuff – and the process involved in making the perfect pint.
You will learn about the different award-winning and iconic advertising campaigns and slogans which have become synomynous with Guinness.
Gravity Bar at Guinness Storehouse
Having travelled through more than 250 years of history, end your tour at the Gravity Bar - the highlight of the tour for many! Here, you will receive a complimentary pint of Guinness. Relax and enjoy the sectacular panoramic views of Dublin.
Where is the Guinness Storehouse?
The Guinness Storehouse is located just off St. James's St. in Dublin 8, a short walk from Heuston Station. It is located close to some other great attractions such as Pearse Lyons Distillery, Roe & Co Distillery, and Kilmainham Gaol.
Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
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From Trinity College Dublin, the Storehouse is 2.1km walking distance - this is a 27 minute walk approx. (On the way, we suggest stopping by the beautiful Christ Church Cathedral or Dublinia).
You can take Dublin Bus Route 13, 40, or 123 to St. James's St. - the bus stop here is less than 200 metres from the Storehouse. For more information on Dublin Bus routes, visit dublinbus.ie
Cycling to Guiness Storehouse is straightforward, and you will pass by some iconic Dublin attractions on the way from the city. There is a Dublin Bike station located at Guinness Storehouse.
The closest Luas stop to the Guinness Storehouse is James's. This is 750 metres from the Storehouse.