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Guinness Storehouse Tickets & Tours

With your Guinness Storehouse tickets and tours, experience the history, heart, and soul of Ireland’s most iconic beer. Enjoy a fascinating tour and find out all about brewing, the history of the brewery and check out the archive of award-winning Guinness advertisements on display. Drop by the famous Gravity Bar, take in spectacular views of Dublin and enjoy the perfectly poured, chilled pint of Guinness. Did you know that the iconic building was the first skyscraper of the British Isles? More than a million people sign up for Guinness Storehouse tours when visiting Dublin, to learn all about world-famous Guinness Stout and to enjoy a complimentary pint. Check out a wide range of options on isango! and book well in advance to grab the best deals!        

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Our tips for Guinness Storehouse

  • If you book your ticket online, you can skip the long queues at the attraction. Booking your ticket well in advance can help you save both time and money.
  • Don’t miss out on The Stoutie, the Guinness version of a selfie! Have your face imprinted onto the foam of a pint of Guinness. It's incredible to watch and so much fun to do with friends!
  • Enjoy a sumptuous meal at the 1837 Bar & Brasserie, a restaurant within the Guinness Storehouse.

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Best time to visit

The attraction is busiest in the afternoons, after 1pm. The best time to visit is first thing in the morning when the attraction opens to visitors.

Getting there
  • The attraction is a walking distance from Dublin City Centre.
  • You can also take a bus or the light rail to the attraction (the closest LUAS stop to the Guinness Storehouse is called James’s).
  • Renting a car to get around is also a good idea.
Money saving tips
  • The best way to book tickets at the best prices is to book months in advance.
  • A quick research online will show you the latest offers and discounts to be enjoyed.
  • Visiting Dublin during the off season is also a great way to stay within your budget overall.
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