The Storehouse is laid out over seven floors surrounding a glass atrium shaped in the form of a pint of Guinness.The ground floor introduces the beer's four ingredients (water, barley, hops and yeast), and the brewery's founder, Arthur Guinness.
Try to get their early in the morning, it is the most visited attraction in Ireland and you would be amazed how quickly it fills up! - my fav part is looking out over the city while having a pint :)
A must see and do while visiting Dublin. We had a blast! - Hillary & Chris
Had a pint of Irish Gold at the Gravity Bar
Joke. The most expensive 'free' pint in the world.
TRAVEL TIP: You can't come to Dublin without stopping here. They even let you pour your own pint!
Best place to visit when in Dublin [5/5]
The seventh floor houses the Gravity Bar with views of Dublin and where visitors may drink a pint of Guinness included in the price of admission, which was €14.40 in 2012
Great pint if Guinness here!!
Look for the great photos of the place on pix.ie
Good location for booking meetings or conferences
In 1891, von Linde began developing the Linde process to liquefy gases, which was then funded by the Guinness Brewery in 1892.
Guinness was founded when Arthur Guinness bought a small brewery in Dublin in 1759. At first the brewery produced a variety of ales, but in 1799 it was decided to concentrate exclusively on porter
Guiness storehouse. Be sure to also get a ticket to the "perfect pint" thinggie - Popescu, (Romania)
Home of the black stuff!
Don't queue for the pour your own pint. Takes ages...
Look for merch that is exclusively sold at the brewery and not available elsewhere. Items are tagged.
Great Beer and View!
Best view and best pint ever!
Get your pint at the Gravity Bar, and then spend your day helping to empty the left-behinds
Great pint of Guiness at Gravity Bar! Amazing views from there!
Been a few years ago but some changes have been made, you can now pour a pint of the black stuff yourself in the fourth floor bar if you so wish to use up your ticket or can head up to the 7th floor a
I hear there's birthday chin chinning going on here tonight...
Respect the beer producers, it is huge progress to make them bottled !
The Guinness Storehouse is that way! Make your way to Dublin and Ireland's most visited attraction!
Must see place. Hit up the barrell exhibit and watch how they made them. Final stop is always the gravity bar for the free pint.
Great meeting and a great pint!
Really nice views from the Gravity Bar! Take a pint and enjoy it!
XM Solutions do the signage and display in the Storehouse!
If you want to read everything, plan at least 4 hours! And the gravity where you can have your free pint and a beautiful view if Dublin closes around 6.15pm.
Ireland's No.1 attraction unfolds its tale across 7 floors, shaped around a giant pint. The highlight for many visitors is Gravity Bar, symbolically the"Head of the Pint",360 degree view across Dublin
Very well done Guinness museum. If you are on the green tourist bus your ticket is good for an admission discount.
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An absolute must visit.
Beer waterfall? =)
A must see and do while visiting Dublin !
Book online and avoid the rush! Plus, save money at the same time.
Some merchandise such as Guinness Chocolate Bar & Guinness Chips can only found here, I think. They're delicious, btw.
One of the coolest places I've been to
Great self guided tour and views from the Gravity Bar. Psst...the automatic tills at the entrance don't actually require a ticket to open (i.e., free entry! At least in Feb 2013).
Lame. It is the equivalent of touring a castle -- but instead of entering the castle - you enter a replica - and watch videos about the castle. Your free pint with a view is €16. Cheers!
Parada obrigatória para quem vem a Dublin! Museu interativo sobre a história da Guinness. Tire 'a perfect pint of Guinness' e ganhe um certificado! The Gravity Bar oferece uma vista ímpar da cidade!
Algo lonxe para ir andando, pero de visita obrigada
Totalmente impresionante, ¡QUIERO VOLVER! :)