Plan to spend all day here. There is lots to do and see. A comprehensive, informative place.
The Guinness Storehouse is a must visit when in Dublin. The building is beautiful and the Gravity Bar provides a 360 degree view of the city. Besides the tour which can be self guided or audio tour, there are three bars two with live Irish music and of course a gift shop. Had a lot of fun. Go early and take your time to enjoy the experience.
It's true what they say, the Guinness at the storehouse is the best!
We didn't have a lot of time in Dublin and this ticket allowed us to make the most of our schedule. The staff are all very hospitable and many were quite funny. Definitely try the Guinness West Indies Porter!
Awesome! This is a seven story shrine to Guiness. A self guided tour takes you through the lower two floors where you learn how to make the beer. The third floor is about advertising. On the fourth floor you learn to pour the perfect pint of Guiness and receive a certificate for doing so. The fifth floor is filled with food and the seventh floor is a roof top bar with 360 degree views of the city. A truly great way to spend a few hours in Dublin!
Having our tickets ahead of time made it easy to jump right into our tour. Great museum and experience. One of our favorite things we did in Dublin!
This tour was great even for a non beer lover. It was informative and fun. You can go at your own pace and enjoy the history and a pint of Guinness you pull yourself.
Guinness has done a great job of making this tour very enjoyable. Lots of things to see and do as well as great info on the history of the brewery and how Guinness is made. Loved the entertainment of Irish music and dance. Food was very good. 360 was a bit crowded, but still got great views of Dublin.
The Guinness Storehouse is a seven-story massive depository of everything there is to know about te Guinness beer - from the secret stash of the original Arthur's yeast to a free sample/pint of the Guinness draft. We could have spent more than 70 minutes there, but we were short on time. The line for the ticket was long the Fasttrack ticket was worth it. The Guinness Storehouse is located on the edge of the city, far from the City Centre and about 25 minutes on foot from the Dublin Castle. We took the city bus on the way back, which was a lot easier 2 Euro per person
The storehouse is a great place to end your day- the tour was excellent and we had a lot of fun, and learnt a lot. Would recommend that anyone going to Dublin not miss it
2hrs off the plane and I was at the entrance! This was a great start to my holiday with the complimentary pint of Guinness going down a real treat! A must do in Dublin!
Kenna J USA
I enjoyed this tour and was happy to skip the line, that was long, but not too bad. We toured in July 2016. The storehouse is huge and takes a long time to see everything. It is 7 stories! It is quite far from downtown Dublin, too far to walk, so make sure you make arrangements to get back to town in enough time. If you take the HOHO, there is no direct route back so you will need at least an hour.
This tour was very interesting. It was great to have my ticket ahead of time. Every floor of the Storehouse offers such great information. I enjoyed the film about how the barrels were made in the early days and how hard everyone who was very skilled worked. This is a must see while in Dublin
Take time to look and enjoy the extras--like how to taste, pour, etc. Marvelous tour!
The flexible arrival time and skip the line features made this an exceptional experience. Must see in Dublin!
Excellent tour,busy attraction so it was well worth buying the skip the line tickets. Fantastic views of the city from the 360 bar at the top,even more enjoyable with a pint of the black stuff.
One thing they didn't make clear is that on the top level you are only allowed to use your one complimentary beer ticket to get a beer. We used ours on the fourth floor for the Perfect Pint Pour because they didn't make it clear that we weren't going to be able to buy one on the top level. My suggestion is to pay for your beer on the fourth floor and use your ticket on the top level. I think this wouldn't have mattered if the bar on the fourth floor had still been open but we went so late in the day that it was already closed by the time we finished our tour.
This was an amazing tour though. Turned me into a huge fan of Guinness. Would do this tour again when I come back to Dublin.
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