DRINK IN IRELAND’S HISTORY AT THE GUINNESS STOREHOUSE
On the south side of the River Liffey, in the city centre of Dublin, you’ll find the most popular attraction in Ireland, the Guinness Storehouse.
Here you can learn about the history of Guinness and its inseparable relationship with the city of Dublin. The tours, available all year long, will take you through all seven floors. You’ll learn about Ireland’s rich brewing heritage with various interactive exhibitions and experiences.
At the top, you are rewarded with a panoramic view over the city from the rooftop Gravity Bar. Make sure to drink in the sights as well as your complimentary pint of the black stuff!
Annual events here include the St Patrick’s Day Festival in March, Guinness X Meatopia food carnival around July, and the International Stout Festival in October or November.
Fun fact time. Sir Benjamin Guinness, grandson of brewery founder Arthur Guinness, provided the funds for renovating St Patrick’s Cathedral in 1860. In this way the Guinness family’s history is truly intertwined with Dublin’s, with many such contributions over the centuries.
Entrance fee required. We recommend pre-booking for the timeslot that suits you.View County Dublin