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Very interesting tour of the Guinness Storehouse. We took about three hours to do the tour and enjoye it very much, especially the tasting room. Surprisingly it was not crowded on the day we went, no long lines. This is definitely more suted to adults than children.
This was a fun way to start our time in Ireland. We were fortunate to have few crowds and were able to go through each level at our leisure. We now love Guinness!
Did not take the tour.we went straight up to the Gravity Bar. Spectacular view of Dublin.
We originally booked our tour for the day we arrived in Dublin. I had no problems calling them and rescheduling for a different day as we wouldn't have enough time to get there. The only thing that I would say is a con is the gravity bar is very crowded and you can't find a seat easily. There are standing tables around the room but to get pictures there's no room as there is seating all around the outside.
This is just something you have to do when in Dublin. It was interesting, a lot of reading and a lot Of stairs. The viator voucher certainly helped the first line but if you want to pour your own there's a huge lineup that I skipped. The gravity bar was cool and staff were very friendly.
My fiance and I used our Skip the Line passes yesterday at the Guinness Storehouse, and we could not have been happier with our experience. We learned a lot about the process of brewing Guinness along with Guinness's place in Ireland's culture and history. We highly suggest participating in "Guinness Academy" where you learn the exact art of pouring a perfect pint of Guinness. The staff was friendly and very knowledgeable. We would definitely return. Since we went on a Monday afternoon, the Skip the Line pass did not really help us much as the regular line was not busy at all. If you know, however, that you will be attending the storehouse at night or closer to the weekend, I would definitely suggest getting the line skip pass ahead of time.
We entered the Guinness factory straight away which probably saved as queuing for about half an hour. This is a great place to visit a must when in Dublin and I thoroughly enjoyed my pint of Guinness at the end which was included in the ticket.
Absolutely fab! Not necessarily interested in how Guinness is made but was interesting nonetheless. Great souvenirs and photo opportunities, the history of how the brand has developed was really interested. Great Guinness and Arthur's bar was great (6th floor), live band on, chilled atmosphere, highly recommend. :-)
This was a fabulous way to spend a few hours. We even received personalised certificates for learning how to pour a Guinness properly. Don't miss the Gravity Bar for its 360-degree views of Dublin.
You can't go to Dublin without stopping by Guinness! It's a sea of tourists, but it's worth it; this drink represents so much of the culture of the city. It's a very modern set-up; note the location is a self-guided tour (NOT guided). Make sure you walk to the very top for the best views of the city whilst enjoying your drink! It wasn't a difficult walk, or public transportation goes here easily as well.