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“Quite a place”

Guinness Storehouse
Ranked #5 of 514 things to do in Dublin
Certificate of Excellence
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Fee: Yes
Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: GUINNESS STOREHOUSE(R), Ireland's No. 1 visitor attraction is a "must see" on any visit to Dublin. Housed in an old fermentation plant in the heart of St James's Gate Brewery, the now seven-storey visitor experience tells the story of Ireland's iconic drink and beings to life the heritage of this world famous beer. Your journey begins standing at the bottom of the world's largest pint glass, which rises through the building. It is a dramatic story that begins over 250 years ago and ends in Gravity(R) Bar, Dublin's highest bar where you will receive a complimentary pint of GUINNESS(R) while enjoying spectacular views over Dublin.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Stroller parking, Stairs / elevator, Wheelchair access
Reviewed July 23, 2013

We enjoyed touring the Guinness Storehouse and found it to be an interesting place. It was quite a busy and admission was rather expensive but it did include a drink at the Gravity Bar. The bar was very crowded though we did order & receive our drink quickly. After a short wait we did find comfortable chairs near the window to enjoy the views and our pint. The bar has a 360 degree view of the city.

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GuinnessStorehouse, Public Relations Manager at Guinness Storehouse, responded to this reviewResponded October 28, 2013

Thank you for visiting the Home of Guinness. Sláinte!

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Reviewed July 23, 2013 via mobile

I brought a group of European colleagues here and we experienced a well run, efficient tour. The food was excellent as was the porter!

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GuinnessStorehouse, Public Relations Manager at Guinness Storehouse, responded to this reviewResponded October 28, 2013

Thank you very much for submitting this review of your recent trip to Guinness Storehouse. Sláinte!

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Reviewed July 23, 2013

First of all, this is NOT a brewery. It is a museum inside the old Guinness brewery. It has elaborate (but very basic) explanations and demonstrations of the process of making beer, but anyone who's been to an actual functioning brewery or knows about beer would not be learning anything here. It's also ridiculously reverent of Arthur Guinness. I'm surprised they didn't have him embalmed and make you line up to see his corpse like Lenin in Moscow. Anyway, it's a somewhat fun place, and the views from the Gravity Bar are not bad. Also, don't expect your Guinness to taste vastly different here. That's a myth. The differences, if there are any, are subtle.

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GuinnessStorehouse, Public Relations Manager at Guinness Storehouse, responded to this reviewResponded October 28, 2013

Thank you for visiting the Home of Guinness. Sláinte!

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Reviewed July 23, 2013

Good place to go to, if you love Guinness beer. We learned about how it was made, the history of the place, and saw the advertisements of it through the years. There was a restaurant with a live band. We hung out a bit. I admired the technology they used to showcase their story. Of course, they gave each visitor a pint of Guinness in exchange for the ticket. A nice ending for the tour, if you like that kind of beer. :) The view from the topmost floor (called Gravity) where you got your free beer was really breathtaking!

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GuinnessStorehouse, Public Relations Manager at Guinness Storehouse, responded to this reviewResponded October 28, 2013

We are really happy to hear that you thoroughly enjoyed the Guinness experience. Thank you for the positive feedback and great photos . Sláinte!

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Reviewed July 23, 2013

An incredibly popular tour, apparently it's the number 1 tourist attraction in Dublin. Essentially it's a preamble to getting a 'free' pint in the latitude bar. You don't actually see the brewing process, just see some old equipment and watch screens but the advertising section is great but after an hour of foreplay you are desperate for the pint and it's a fine pint in a fine bar with an excellent view over the city. The food in the bars is tasty and good value. When you can buy some t shirts and promote the brand across the world. Really they should be paying you to wear the shirts. Maybe 15 Euro is a bit steep for a pint and to be told there are 4 ingredients: water, hops, barley and yeast.

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GuinnessStorehouse, Public Relations Manager at Guinness Storehouse, responded to this reviewResponded October 28, 2013

"Thank you for your review of Guinness Storehouse, it is much appreciated. Sláinte!
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