The Guinness Storehouse Dublin is an old 1759 factory, the year the Arthur Guinnes brewery was founded. It stands on a land of over 25 hectares, and today houses a futuristic building / museum in the shape of a pint of Guinnes! Visitors will be projected in a path that develops on 7 storeys of height, around a central glass structure. On the top floor is the sensational GRAVITY BAR, a venue with a sensational view across the city.
Guinness Storehouse is truly a sensational experience. In Dublin it is almost an institution, and it is not the most visited places in the whole city. Which is why it would be better to buy the admission ticket online, avoiding the line, directly from this link.
The full ticket costs 25.00 € and includes in the price a pint of Guinness that will be provided to you at the end of the tour; the minors, however, will be entitled to an alcohol-free drink. Children from 6 to 12 years pay the reduced rate.
The building is open every day, from Monday to Sunday, from 09: 30 to 19: 00 with last entry to 17: 00. In July and August, the closure is postponed to 20: 00.
Bus number 13,40, 123 from O'Connell Street, with frequency of 8-10 minutes. You must then walk on foot for about ten minutes.
By Tram, Red Line, the nearest stop is St James's Hospital.
A gem about the road in the picture, the gift from Francesco from Dublin. Precisely in that same street, films are often filmed, set in the past.
They block the alley and turn it into a market; they often filmed scenes with the Guinness gate, and the neighboring ones (in the picture they are on the left, and they are not visible). A bit 'of soil and sand on the ground and here .... magically a film set.
For all the practical info on Dublin, how to get there and how to get around, we invite you to consult the special guide of Kanoa from this link.
Through this link, in addition, you can buy tickets to Dublin's main attractions and museums directly online; Guinness Storehouse Dublin, Cork & Blarney Tour, Trinity College Library and much more.