If you are interested in cultural relics, it is possible to visit here for several days. Very good exhibition hall, quite historical.
The Whiskey Museum is located on the main street and is easy to find. Mainly display wines, wine barrels, etc. I haven't seen more introductions. There is a wine tasting room with elegant decoration and a seat by the window with a view of the street. Looking at the liquor license, there are different prices of whiskey, and the overall price is not low. I don't know much about whiskey and didn't sit down and taste wine. There is also the Chinese word welcome on the side of the ladder going upstairs, and now more and more people travel to Ireland.
Amazing! Mark was a great tour guide and made it extremely enjoyable. Definitely take the time to check this place out. Worth the premium upgrade.
One of the lesser visited and newer museums in Dublin, this is really modern and doesn't really feel like a museum at all. It's a great interactive option for whisky lovers, and people who perhaps don't want to spend the money to go to the Guinness Storehouse or Jameson Distillery. They do student and group ticket rates too. This museum tracks the origins of Irish whiskey with the help of entertaining guides, and a visit culminates in a whiskey tasting.
After attending this whisky museum, it opened my eyes.