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The Guinness Storehouse® is the home of Ireland’s most famous beer and is Dublin’s most popular tourist attraction. Learn about the history of the Guinness family, how Guinness is brewed, enjoy a taste test, and learn how to pour the perfect pint at the Guinness Academy. Finish off your trip with a free pint in the Gravity Bar, which also offers great views over Dublin. The Storehouse can get extremely busy, so book tickets in advance to skip the lines.
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4 Tips for Visiting the Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse® Gate | Flickr: Giuseppe Milo CC BY 2.0
The quietest time to visit the Guinness Storehouse® is on weekdays between 9.30 am and 12 noon. If you’d like to avoid the bigger crowds then try to time your visit for one of these times.
Guinness Storehouse Waterfall | Flickr: Dennis van Zuijlekom CC BY-SA 2.0
If you can’t get enough of selfies, why not take a STOUTie? This optional add-on costs €6 and lets you print your face onto the head of a pint of Guinness.
Don’t skip the Gravity Bar! It’s where you’ll pick up your free pint of Guinness (if you pre-booked your ticket), but it’s also where you’ll find one of the best views of Dublin.
There might sometimes be a line to get into the Tasting Rooms on busy days, but it’s worth the wait. The lines build up because you get a guided tour through the experience, which lets you sample the aromas and tastes of Guinness.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s there to see inside the Guinness Storehouse®?

There are several different themed areas within the Guinness Storehouse®. The Brewing Story takes you through the process of brewing the perfect pint of Guinness, while the Arthur Guinness Story will explain the history of the Guinness family, their commitment to the perfect pint, and their other exploits. There’s a fascinating exhibit about cooperage (barrel-making) and transport, which will help to explain the importance of storing and exporting beverages. Finally, the World of Advertising exhibit showcases the most famous Guinness adverts from the company’s history, including the origin story of the motto ‘Good Things Come to Those Who Wait’. You can also learn how to pour the perfect pint in the Guinness Academy’s 6-step process, enjoy stimulating all your senses in the Tasting Experience, and get a drink and a great view at the Gravity Bar. Read more.

I don’t drink alcohol, will I still find the Storehouse interesting?

There’s plenty inside the Guinness Storehouse® that is interesting from a historical point of view, from the original methods of brewing the black stuff to the advertising campaigns that made Guinness a brand known around the world. The story of Guinness’s popularity in its export markets is also fascinating, so even if you’re not intending to sample a pint yourself, there’s still a lot to learn! Read more.

Can I bring my children to the Storehouse?

Children are welcome inside the Guinness Storehouse®, but anyone under the age of 18 can only visit when accompanied by an adult. There are several exhibits which children will find interesting, though they won’t be offered any Guinness to try! Instead, children will receive a complimentary soft drink. Under-13’s can also enter the Storehouse free of charge. Read more.

Are there dining options at the Guinness Storehouse®?

There are four cafés and restaurants inside the Guinness Storehouse®, plus two bars. The Brewer’s Dining Hall is a self-service restaurant that features hearty Irish food. The 1837 Bar & Brasserie offers a range of small dishes, sharing platters, and main dishes designed to complement the range of beers on offer. Arthur’s Bar recreates the atmosphere of a contemporary Irish pub, serving mostly drinks, lighter snacks, and bar food. Finally, the Cooperage Café offers coffee, pastries, sandwiches, and other light bites. In terms of bars, the Gravity Bar is on the top floor of the Guinness Storehouse and offers panoramic views of Dublin, plus perfectly-poured pints of Guinness. For those looking for a more exclusive experience, the Connoisseur Experience is a private tasting experience led by an expert member of staff. You’ll learn about the history and ingredients of the different Guinness beers in the best possible way - by tasting. Read more.

How long should I plan to spend at the Guinness Storehouse®?

Most visitors spend about an hour and a half exploring the Guinness Storehouse®, but there’s no limit on how long you can stay. If you find something interesting, then feel free to linger, and there are also cafés and restaurants to explore, plus the Gravity Bar, where you can enjoy a pint (or two) and a great view of Dublin. Read more.

General Information

Opening Hours:

The Guinness Storehouse® is open 7 days a week, from 9.30 am to 7 pm, with the last admission at 5 pm. During July and August, the attraction closes an hour later, at 8 pm, with the last admission at 6 pm. The Guinness Storehouse® is open every day of the year except December 24, 25, and 26.


Guinness Storehouse®
St. James’s Gate
Dublin 8
Republic of Ireland


Tickets on the day cost 25€ for adults and 16€ for children aged between 13 and 16. Children under the age of 12 can enter free of charge.

How to get there:

The Guinness Storehouse® can be reached by bus number 123 from Dublin city center. The nearest tram stop is at St James’s Hospital, or it’s a 20-minute walk from College Green in the city center. Free car parking is available near the attraction, but spaces are limited.
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