Guinness Storehouse Review:
The Guinness Storehouse located in the capital of Ireland, Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse is a visitor attraction at the old Guinness brewery. Across six floors, it tells the story of Ireland’s most loved and known drink and a step by step process of how Guinness is made.
You begin at the bottom of the Storehouse building in a colossal atrium in the form of a pint glass! From here you make your way upwards, floor by floor exploring the brewing process and the history of the site.
The main highlight of this attraction is at the end of your tour when you get to indulge into a complimentary pint of Guinness at the 360 degree Gravity Bar which is right on the top of the building. The views across Dublin are stunning and we didn’t want to leave. Your stay can be extended if you buy more Guinness!
The Storehouse is one of Ireland’s top attraction and we were really impressed with the attraction itself. We think it’s worth a visit just for the experience, but on top of that, you get the amazing extra of visiting the Gravity Bar which is not to be missed.
Adult tickets can be purchased at the Storehouse and you can buy in discounted tickets in advance in your selected currency and you can also buy “Skip the Line” tickets so there is no need to queue when you are there. Book your tickets here.
Walking to the Guinness Storehouse takes roughly 20 minutes from the Dublin city centre or you can get on the 51B bus from Aston Quay which comes every 15 mins.
REACTIONS TO ATTRACTIONS OVERALL RATING:
We think it’s worth a visit just for the experience, but on top of that you get the amazing extra of visiting the Gravity Bar which is not to be missed.