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This tour was fantastic. You did everything as fast or as slow as you wanted nobody rushing you. It told you of the old and new methods of brewing, and the history of Guinness. Will definitely go again if I go back to Dublin.
It was excellent to skip the line and walk straight in, when we got to Guiness. You can easily use half a day or more in there if you want to. There is a lot to see, try and experience, but I will not recommend it for families with young children. They will be bored (at least mine would)
This tour was highly interesting and enjoyable. I will agree with everyone I know who has been to Ireland, fhe Guiness is definitely better here
A very interesting tour! Just show the Viator voucher at the door and they direct you to the front to get your tickets and free drink vouchers. We had no problems.
Saves a lot of time, the place is always packed. i would recommend the Taste Experience Tour rather than the self guided tour of the site.
Fantastic tour, really interesting and the gravity bar give the most wonderful view of Dublin, would recommend.
booking with viator was brilliant and I would definitely recommend doing it, no queues!! the guiness factory bwas lovely and you could spend all day there if you wanted..
We had a blast. A must-do in Dublin. We were even rewarded with the view of a rainbow over the city from the Gravity Bar!
Truly walked right in and did not have to stand in line. We went on a Saturday and the lines long and crowds big. Buy the skip lines tickets. Great time saver.
Would give 7 out of 5 if that was possible. This isn't a tour of a working brewery but is magnificent in its detail. It is a 7 story building devoted to the story of Guinness and then a pint sample each at the top floor bar complete with magnificent view to end your tour. Wasn't sure about whether we would like Guinness coming from Australia and not being beer drinkers but loved it and only drank Guinness for the rest of the time we were in Ireland. Will try it again now that we are home in Aus and also understand that they are looking at making Guinness in Australia which should solve the problem of the issues of transport spoiling the Guinness.