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Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse is one of Dublin’s most popular tourist attractions, located at Saint James Gate in Dublin City Centre

The Guinness Storehouse is one of Dublin’s most popular tourist attractions, located at Saint James Gate in Dublin City Centre. The Storehouse was bought by Arthur Guinness as it was his dream to own a brewery. It is filled with wonder and packed with history. it is now a Guinness museum, incorporating elements from the old brewing factory to explain the history of its production. Some of the old brewing equipment is on show, as well as stout ingredients, brewing techniques, advertising methods and storage devices.

Throughout your tour you will experience each and every detail of the process of brewing Guinness. You will also have the opportunity to learn how to pour your own perfect pint. Your day will then finish off with a spectacular panoramic view of Dublin from the Gravity Bar and the chance to try a pint of the “Black Stuff” which is included in the entry fee.

When you have finished you tour, why not take home some memorabilia at the exclusive Guinness merchandise shop.

 

The Guinness Store house is only 15 minutes away from The Castle Hotel.

How to get there from The Castle Hotel: The bus number 123 from O’Connell Street stops right outside the Brewery or take the Luas from Abbey Street and get off at James Hospital and walk 3 minutes to the Brewery.

Opening Hours:

Open Daily from 9:30am, last admission 7pm

Restaurant opens daily from 12pm-4pm

Closed: Good Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and St. Stephens Day (Boxing Day) – The Storehouse is open at normal hours for bank holidays

Admission:

Adults €16.50

Student over 18 with ID €13 – Student under 18 with ID €10.50

Senior Citizen €13

Child 6-12 €6.50 – Child under 6 is Free

Family (2 adults and 2 children) €40