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This was a great tour! The trick is to for sure purchase your ticket before you get there. We were able to walk right in within 4 minutes while the "to purchase" lineup didnt seem to move. Once inside, there was so many things to see, do, hear, taste and smell. The magic harp was pretty awesome too. We will definitely go there again.
Amazing experience, very informative with good visuals. Some quirky bits as well like the harp were especially clever. Would certainly recommend.
Excellent tour - entertaining and not too technical and the free pint goes down well!
There is so much to see and in the end you get your free guinness!
Was excellent! Couldn't fault any of the day. Was amazing and so interesting. My husband thoroughly enjoyed it and absolutely loved his free pint of Guinness at the end.
Stayed opposite Christchurch Cathedral and Storehouse an easy walk from there. Went on a Tuesday and was a fairly quiet day. Went progressively through all levels at our own pace and took about 90 minutes to reach Gravity bar at top followed by a bit of shopping on way out. Very informative and don't miss the opportunity to pour your own Guiness even if you have to wait a while for your turn. Great views from bar at top.
really enjoyed this tour...even with the rain outside the view from the Gravity room was still amazing
Highly recommended we spent 3 hours in there. The cafe also produces delicious food to take a break with whilst working your way through the many floors. It is very interesting finding out about the family behind the product as well as how the Guinness is made. There are quizzes to take part in and lots of photo opportunities.
it's a must to do when in Dublin. The Price also through online booking was great/
Amazing place, full of history and super well presented for every kind of visitors!
An interesting tour! Even though I am not a Guinness fan, I enjoyed all the info and I will definitely be using the brew in cooking!