"Guinness Storehouse" Guinness Brewery Tip by sabsi

Guinness Brewery, Dublin: 140 reviews and 215 photos

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by sabsi

The Guinness museum or as they call it "Storehouse" is one of the most expensive museums in Dublin. Some people might actually call it a rip-off because it costs EUR 14 to enter (including one free pint).

I still enjoyed this place very much. The architecture is great and the exhibits are rather interesting. I especially enjoyed the advertising section. Very colourful. You will find out more on what to expect in my old Storehouse travelogue.

Don't expect to see a working brewery though. The "Black stuff" is not brewed in this building but in the buildings around it. You will see the size of the Guinness complex when finishing your tour on the upper floor where there's the "Gravity Bar" - a great bar with a 360 view of Dublin. Make sure not to miss it. Oh well, I am sure you won't as this is the place where you will get your free "sample" pint!!!

Address: St. James' Gate
Directions: Take Bus No 123 from Dame Street to get there.
Phone: +353 (0)1 408 4804
Website: http://www.guinness.com

Review Helpfulness: 1.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jan 4, 2007
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