Brewery experience telling the tale of Ireland's famous beer, with tastings and a rooftop bar.
Become a rebellious beer aficionado for just one night at the celebrated Guinness Storehouse
1. Open Gate Brewery
This is a gem of an attraction for tourists from across the globe. Known for being an experimental brewery, the wine brewers are licensed to concoct their own recipes and create the most unique and excitingly flavored beers. Tourists, beer experts, and beer enthusiasts are heartily welcomed to the brewing process on every Thursday and Friday from 17:30 to 20:30 hours. They are invited to sample the brewed beers and if you happen to be a beer connoisseur then this place is heaven for you.
2. Gravity Bar
Tourists are furnished with a thrilling experience of savoring a pint of the perfectly concocted whiskey while luxuriating in the majestic skyline of Dublin from the Gravity bar of the Guinness Storehouse.
3. Pearse Lyons Distillery
Visit the Pearse Lyons Distillery to acquire rich insight into the whiskey-making legacy of Ireland. Tourists are invited to savor and taste samples of specially handcrafted Irish gin and whiskey. This boutique distillery is not only innovative but one of the finest in Dublin. Tourists are guided through the distillery process while sniffing, touching and sampling throughout the steps of distillation. Every tourist finishes with an incredible savoring experience of three different handcrafted Irish whiskeys and the famous Ha'Penny Dublin Dry Gin.
4. Incognito Escape Room
This is a mind-blowing experience of a lifetime. Tourists are treated to an immersive, artificially simulated, live-action experience in which a few groups of them are supposedly locked in a room and then they are asked to utilize the elements provided in the room and solve a variety of puzzles within an hour to plan their escape. It is an exhilarating experience for tourists.
5. Arthur's Pub
This is a classic, quaint pub in Dublin, anciently fashioned and running for two centuries now. Tourists who visit the Arthur's Pub are treated to an amazing experience that is crafted with real-life turf fire, an eclectic blend of rich Irish music, live music sessions, great food at affordable rates and interesting events such as The Robert Emmet Experience and The Taking Liberties Comedy Club.
6. Teeling Whiskey Distillery
This is the first and the newest whiskey distillery in Dublin in beyond 125 years and as such is a major attraction center. Tourists experience the only operating distillery in Dublin with rising interest. From the exhibition space of the local artists to the guided tour in the distillery ending with a sampling of premium and excellently crafted whiskey tourists are left with an enthralling experience immersed in the true Spirit of the city.
How to Get Tickets?
Guinness Storehouse tickets can be booked online from this website. It is preferable to buy online Guinness Storehouse tickets to avoid standing in long queues under the sun.
How To Get Around?
There are elevators provided to get around between the floors of the Guinness Storehouse.
What Should I Wear?
There is no specific dresscode. Dress casually and comfortably, or be as fashionable as you want.
Best Time to Visit
The best time of the year to visit the Guinness Storehouse of Ireland is during the spring and summer months of October to February and during the afternoon. It is open from 9.30 am to 7.00 pm (last admission is at 5 pm). On July and August, the place is open until 8.00 pm. It's open everyday, except for Christmas Eve, Christmas, and St. Stephen's Day, which is 24-26 December each year.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, a guide is definitely not needed since the whole point of visiting this place is having a self-guided tour around the place.
How To Get There?
The Guinness Storehouse is suitably located in the Market Street near St. James' Street. Tourists can drive through the Red Luas towards Tallaght from the direction of the city center and then get off at the James' Street. The Storehouse is located at a 5-minute walking distance from Luas.
To enjoy the whole experience, people usually visit this place for at least 1.5 hours. The building wheelchair-accessible. Taking photos and videos inside is very much allowed.