Guinness Storehouse

Brewery and Museum€€€
South-West Inner City, Dublin
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  • iSteve™
    "The best place in Dublin to enjoy a proper pint of Guinness."(16 Tips)
    Petri A.
    "A science center tour that end is a great 7th floor view of Dublin."(14 Tips)
    Andrei R.
    "Craft your very own "Perfect Pint" of Guinness + a nice view"(9 Tips)
    Mike M.
    "Do the tour and get your free pint at the end."(13 Tips)
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  • Alexandra P.
    Alexandra PrevidiDecember 31, 2015
    The museum is amazing (though very crowded)! Book a ticket online in advance and you'll get a discount plus completely skip the crazy long line for entry. View of Dublin from the top is exceptional.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Mayara B.
    Mayara BarrosJanuary 12
    It's a museum, not exactly a factory, very touristy. But also very good experience. Definitely go for the crash course on how to draft a beer and drink it on the Gravity bar. Great view of the city.
  • Gary W.
    Gary WalshFebruary 21, 2014
    Gravity bar is a tourist magnet but the views on a clear day are amazing. Visit Dublin and do your sight-seeing first and then visit the Storehouse, have a pint and spot all the places you visited
  • David P.
    David ParishOctober 8, 2014
    Interesting and varied museum. Gravity bar offers a great view. Make sure to watch the video on how they make the barrels, its pretty amazing and a lot more interesting than it sounds.
  • Tihomir K.
    Tihomir KitNovember 1, 2015
    Cool tour about Guinness and beer production in general. People with 0 interest in beer should probably avoid the place. Book in advanced over internet if you can to skip the lines.
  • Christina L.
    Christina LeberJune 20, 2014
    Hands down a must do in Ireland! The tour is amazing but the views from Gravity Bar are gorgeous! Thursday was busy but not too crowded and the price for what you get is definitely worth it! 🍻 🍀 👍
  • Michael A.
    Michael ArkinsAugust 10, 2014
    Well Designed tour in one of the most impressive venues in Dublin! The home of Guinness offers a variety of interesting exhibits ending with an impressive panoramic view.
  • WhatToDo D.
    WhatToDo DublinJanuary 9, 2015
    Home of “the black stuff”, this tour takes you through the history of the brewery and how Guinness is made. Includes a free pint in the Gravity bar which gives an impressive 360 view of Dublin City.
  • Filipe S.
    Filipe SarmentoApril 18, 2015
    Gravity bar its a great tour ending place, with a good pint of guiness. Not a must see though.The tour itself is pretty unorganized if compared, for example, with the heineken experience in Amsterdam.
  • Marek
    MarekSeptember 26, 2015
    This is the dream of every Guinness lover. A tour where you can understand the whole story of this beer, amazing gift shop, free pint of beer at the end. Quite crowded, so you should arrive early.
  • Sara B.
    Sara BlackwoodAugust 20, 2011
    The Gravity Bar can get fairly packed. You can get your free pint in the room where you learn to properly pour a pint and miss the crowds or wait 20-30 minutes and the bar will clear up. Worth it!
  • Edmundo S.
    Edmundo SantosAugust 17, 2014
    It's like the Beer's Disneyland! You can pour your own Guinness and win a certificate. The place is enormous, so be prepared to waste more than 4h here. Also, you will find beautiful cups and mugs.
  • TempleBar T.
    TempleBar TradfestMarch 7, 2011
    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
  • JNET
    JNETSeptember 9, 2014
    If you are under time constraints, take the lift to the top floor (7th) to the gravity bar. Grab your pint, drink, enjoy view and then work your way down.
  • ММ
    ММFebruary 25, 2013
    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).
  • Delfin English Schools
    You cannot miss the 360-view on Dublin from the Gravity Bar at the top of the Guinness Storehouse! Sip your Guiness and chill-out while admiring the stunning landscape. Delfin approved ;)
  • Barbora J.
    Barbora JedinaMarch 17, 2015
    nicely done exhibition + selfguided tours. Make sure you book the online ticket before (it's valid for 1 year from the date of purchase and if you arrive late, you can skip the queue).
  • Aldona
    AldonaJune 7, 2012
    Very impressive at the beginning, gets a bit dull as you reach higher floors. Food is (obviously) overpriced but a complimentary pint is as nice as it is expected in a brewery ;) free recipies on 5th!
  • Britannica
    BritannicaJanuary 16, 2012
    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
  • Ann M.
    Ann MarieJanuary 5, 2011
    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
  • Carol D.
    Carol DwyerJuly 14, 2015
    Learned how to pour a pint of Guinness; took in great views, including the Wicklow Mountains, from the Gravity Bar! The windows have info about sites you can see from that vantage point.
  • Cassie W.
    Cassie W.September 13, 2014
    Better spend your free pint at the Academy and have fun pouring your own then take it up to the Gravity bar, than fighting a crowd to get served for 30mins.
  • Andrzej R.
    Andrzej RogoñMarch 8, 2015
    Guinness really cares for the high quality of their product and doesn't at all when it comes to the food in the bar. I had the worst-burger-ever. The place is worth visiting thou.
  • John F.
    John FerryJune 8, 2015
    This place is a disaster. A tour that has little information or provides any real insight to the brewery itself.the gravity bar is the most unauthentic environment to have a pint loud and overcrowded
  • Lucie V.
    Modern audiovisual exposition, can be a little crowded (esp.Gravity bar). Spent few hours there,it was fun.Only minus is,you dont see the real process of brewing,just on screens.
  • Jake S.
    Jake SmithJanuary 4, 2015
    Graduate from the Guinness Academy, where you learn to pour the perfect pint. After you receive your diploma, bring your pint up to the Gravity Bar and enjoy the view.
  • Barbora J.
    Barbora JedinaMarch 17, 2015
    Reasonable prices in the shop, Guinness stuff prices vary little bit from those in the shop but we found very little differences (some things even cheaper here than in other shops)
  • Shorty
    ShortySeptember 13, 2015
    If you're in Dublin and you like Guinness, you have to tour this place. Get your tickets online, costs less and you can skip the line right to the self serve kiosks.
  • Max P.
    Max PagnoulleAugust 2, 2014
    This is a very good experience and a must see in Dublin, I would say though that it is pricey, but even though I would do it again.
  • Jico B.
    Jico BaligodMay 18, 2013
    Pour your own pint of Guinness the right way, then head up to the Gravity Bar to enjoy your drink surrounded by panoramic views of Dublin.
  • Alan B.
    Alan BrutenicApril 19, 2012
    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
  • Kevin D.
    Kevin DulinOctober 25, 2014
    Very interesting and plenty of times to experience super fresh Guinness. Expect to spend a couple hours here and walk around the outside of it to!
  • Sofia G.
    Sofia GalegoOctober 16, 2015
    Touristic and expensive. But it worth to visit and enjoy the view at the Gravity bar with a Guinness :) I definitely recommend a visit
  • Bharati W.
    Bharati Wilde (Dalela)November 8, 2014
    Recommend doing the whole tour (it's massive), and learning to pull your own pint. You get a nice little certificate as well as a tasting lesson, totally worth it!
  • Peter D.
    Peter DoneganMay 5, 2014
    Worth every cent of the 16.50 entry (14.85 online pre book) with/ out the fantastic free pint on level 7. Paid for pints on level 5. Fantastic helpful staff :)
  • Nol
    NolJanuary 31
    On the top floor you can find a bar where you can collet your free Guinness beer with a nice view over Dublin. Buy your ticket online & skip the queue.
  • Rachel P.
    Rachel PowersAugust 21, 2015
    No brewery tour I've done yet has come close to my experience at the Guinness Storehouse. An absolute must do-plus the Guinness at the end is quite refreshing!
  • DSquirrely
    DSquirrelyMarch 3, 2014
    Perfect for a sunny day with panoramic views of the city. Skip the tour and go straight up to the bar! Free wi-fi too.
  • Anthony H.
    Honestly a must-see destination for any Dublin visit. Best brewery tour I've ever been on. Leave yourself 2-3 hours so you can see the whole thing.
  • Monika M.
    Monika McMahonMay 17, 2015
    The tour is self-guided, but is very interactive. Be sure to stop and learn how to drink Guinness and take the class to learn what the proper pour looks like!
  • Callum W.
    Callum WhitleyMay 27, 2013
    Definitely check this place out. The tour is great value for money. Also, don't bother pulling your own pint, instead enjoy your Guinness with views over Dublin.
  • Pilgrim
    PilgrimJuly 21
    LOVED the tour (but I love Guinness) and their gift shop was loaded with amazing Guinness items and it was affordable! Double score! 😍💰🍺🍺🍺
  • CoCo
    CoCoJanuary 4, 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!
  • I Wanna Go There M.
    I Wanna Go There ManagerOctober 25, 2011
    Located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery, which has been home to the black stuff since 1759, Guinness Storehouse is a nice Visitor Attraction. Read more
  • Sam H.
    Sam HainsworthSeptember 9, 2015
    100% worth the 29 entry fee! Also look out for free tickets on the floor they get you an extra pint at the top!
  • Birkan I.
    Birkan IcacanAugust 8, 2011
    I think the tour in general is very over-rated except the last stop at the Gravity Bar, which provides a spectacular view of Dublin with a pint of Guinness.
  • Jane C.
    Jane CookJuly 29, 2013
    Gravity bar is cool with its view if the roof tops. The test of it has a Disneyland feel with no actual brewing occurring, only video depictions - kind of sad
  • Rufus T.
    Rufus TeixeiraAugust 12, 2014
    Give yourself plenty of time here. Not only did I enjoy learning to pour the perfect pint but was pleasantly surprised by the meal I had while there.
  • Radek S.
    Radek SimkoOctober 13, 2014
    The Gravity bar on the top floor is nice, but other than that it's not worth 18EUR. You won't even get a real guide (person). 😐
  • Niall F.
    Niall FaganNovember 27, 2009
    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 :)
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