I enjoyed going around the storehouse, and it is well presented. But I'd have liked to learn more about how Guinness is made, instead it felt like more of a brand building exercise
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You know what you’re going there for, just enjoy the experience. Buy online and skip a long wait. Try to go at non-peak hours, it can get really busy really quick. Don’t bother with the photo booth boxes inside, quite worthless. Guinness as expected is...More
Wow what a place and you can’t visit Dublin and not come here. Turns grand...staff are fantastic....they teach you how to pull a pint and then you get to drink it whilst looking out to a spectacular view of the city.
Tour is self led which I preferred as you can take you time at certain parts. Learning about the production process, history of the company and the advertising were really interesting. Cost is €20 and includes sampling experience and pouring your own Guinness (which you...More
This attraction is well worth the visit. Designed to resemble a pint-pot, each floor is dedicated to a different aspect (history, manufacture, etc.) of the celebrated stout. You are also given the opportunity the pour yourself a glass. Upon arrival at the summit - the...More
Whilst apprehensive of our journey to the tourist hotspot the experience did not disappoint the sky bar offered breath taking views over Dublin.
Thanks for taking the time to post this review of Guinness Storehouse. We’re glad to hear you enjoyed the amazing views from Gravity Bar – it’s a great way to see Dublin! Looking forward to having you back again soon. Sláinte!