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Great time at Guiness Storehouse, thoroughly recommend getting the skip the line via Viator, it saved us a lot of valuable time getting in
What a fantastic place to visit, I really can't praise and recommend the Guinness Storehouse enough. They have absolutely thought of everything and all done to the very highest standard. Right from how they make the guinness, the history, tasting room and the glorious viewing room .. Wow !! It is outstanding value for money and the staff are so helpful and friendly its a must do !! x
Even if you are not a Guiness fan, this is well worth the visit. Well laid out and interesting. Would recommend making the effort.
Brilliant tour well worth the money and the Restaurant was pretty amazing too!!
Loved it. So glad we bought your Skip the Line ticket as, when we arrived at the Storehouse, the queue was a mile long! The Storehouse experience is brilliant. Would recommend it to all.
This tour realistically takes about 6 hours if you participate in all that there is to do. We had a lot of fun!
Well worth a visit to Guiness Factory. Loved skip the line tickets well worth getting. Xx
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A must see visit. We took 3.5 hours browsing, eating, drinking and generally having a great time. It was fairly busy on a Friday so be prepared for it being worse at weekends - so the skip the queue option was well worth it. But the quality of the exhibits, the friendliness of the staff and the overall atmosphere is brilliant. Worth every euro!
A very interesting and informative tour and a great experience throughout of course the Guinness was fantastic
totally recommend it to anyone going to Dublin, you will never get a fresher pint of the dark stuff
The advanced booking proved ideal as the line was quite long to get in. The storehouse is a fascinating piece of brewing history and well worth the visit. The tasting and senses part was interesting and i will never just drink a guiness straight down without savoring the frst mouthful as taught. Overall well worth the advanced booking and welll worth a visit.