Certainly lives up the hype. it’s an absolute must-visit when visiting Dublin. modern museum with something for all ages.
It's something that needs to be done. You cannot visit Dublin and not visit the Guinness Storehouse. It's overpriced, large crowds and not the best beer brewery tour I've done, but it was good to cross it off. The gravity bar at the top gives you a great view of Dublin but without and tables available and standing room only... you're best off going down the road to a few pubs to secure a seat and a cheaper pint of the black stuff.
The Storehouse covers seven floors surrounding a glass atrium shaped in the form of a pint of Guinness. It is open 7 days a week 9:30am - 7pm (last admission is at 5pm). Featuring The Gravity Bar overlooking Historic Dublin City and the Connoisseur Bar for special insights into the Black Stuff. There are 3 restaurants to choose from for all you culinary experts! and if you're tired of eating and drinking and the history, the only thing to do is shop. Worth the visit.
The Guinness Storehouse is a great place to go if you want to learn and experience how the brew is made. It also has a really cool walkthrough and set up that is worth taking your time to explore. You get a free drink with the ticket and there is the option of adding a Guinness making class to it as well!
Favorite spot in Dublin. Highly recommend. A must see for visitors. Beer and expertise is amazing!
Always fun. Good to try it at least once.
Always worth a visit the Guinness Storehouse offers an insight into the famous brewery and the family who started it.
It was great being ableTo experience the Guinness storehouse. It was a lot of levels to go through and there was also a Guinness tasting.