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Guinness Storehouse Tour
Guinness is synonymous with Ireland and no visit to Dublin is complete without a tour of the Guinness Storehouse
Guinness Storehouse, the "Home of Guinness", is Dublin's most popular tourist attraction. A converted brewing factory where they used to add the yeast to the beer for fermentation it is now a Guinness museum, incorporating elements from the old brewing factory to explain the history of its production.
The exhibition takes place over 7 floors and your journey will start as you enter into the world’s tallest pint glass which is the size of a seven store building, it is said that it would take up to 14.3 million pints to fill the glass. Some of the old brewing equipment is also on show, as well as stout ingredients, brewing techniques, advertising methods and storage devices.
Guinness Storehouse visitors do not get to see the beer being brewed in front of them. But from various vantage points in the building you may see parts of the brewhouse, vats, grain silos and the keg yard.
The final floor is the Gravity Bar, which has an almost 360° panorama over the city, where visitors can will have the opportunity to learn how to pour your own perfect pint and claim your free pint of "the black stuff".
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.
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
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
The Castle Hotel, Gardiner Row/Great Denmark St, Dublin 1, Ireland Tel: +353(0)1 874 6949 firstname.lastname@example.org
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