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Skip the Line: Guinness Storehouse Entrance Ticket

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  • Skip-the-line entrance ticket to the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin
  • Avoid any lines and head straight inside the Storehouse: a seven-floor recreation of a Guinness glass
  • Explore Guinness’ heritage and story independently, at your own pace
Skip the Line: Guinness Storehouse Entrance Ticket
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Skip the Line: Guinness Storehouse Entrance Ticket
Enjoy a quicker entrance to one of Dublin's top attractions with this skip the line pass to the Guinness Storehouse. Enjoy seven floors of Guinness history and memorabilia and learn why this dark brew is one of Ireland's favorites. Learn about the beer's 1759 roots and enjoy a free pint at the Gravity Bar, where you can catch incredible views of the city down below.
What to Expect
Make your own way to the Guinness Storehouse, the seven-floor exhibition space at the St James’s Gate Brewery in central Dublin, where Guinness was first brewed in 1759. Enjoy a quicker entrance to one of Dublin's top attractions with this fast-track pass.

Your ticket lets you explore the Storehouse, which is modeled like a giant, seven-floor pint glass of Guinness, at your own pace. Start at the ground floor Atrium and work your way up to the 'head of the pint', the seventh-floor Gravity Bar, as quickly or slowly as you like.
In the Atrium, see the copy of the 9,000-year brewery lease signed by Guinness’ founder, Arthur Guinness, in 1759, and learn about the four ingredients of the iconic Irish stout: water, barley, hops and yeast.

On the First Floor, find out all about the Guinness brewing and barreling process through virtual exhibits, equipment displays and videos on the craft of the coopers — the original wooden barrel-makers. Then, over the next three floors, immerse yourself in the Guinness story through a host of interactive displays and multi-sensory experiences. Discover the key moments in Guinness’ history and advertising, and sample delicious Guinness variants with handy tips on your tasting technique!

On the Fifth Floor, enjoy some Guinness-inspired dishes (own expense) at The 1837 Bar and Brasserie and Arthur's Bar, and then, hit the glass-walled Gravity Bar. Enjoy a free pint of Guinness here while you drink in the 360-degree views over Dublin: it's the most spectacular bar in the Irish capital!

Before leaving, head for the Guinness Store to buy some Guinness-branded memorabilia — the perfect memento of your visit.
Reviews (2,022)

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Get to know the most famous Irish business.

I visited the Guinness Storehouse with a Skip the Line ticket. Since it was early in the morning the advantage was not that big, but the place gets very busy later on. The self guided tour gives you a nice overview over the history of...More

4  Thank MartinStutensee
Reviewed 19 August 2018
Guinness Visit

It seems that as a tourist the Guinness Storehouse is a must see. I found it to be nothing more than a promotion and really not that great. The place was very crowded and difficult to enjoy. I did not enjoy the tour although I...More

7  Thank Tom H
Reviewed 17 August 2018

Great Views from the Gravity Bar while you enjoy a pint of Guiness, Easy entrance with No Line booking

2  Thank annnnnnie
Reviewed 16 August 2018
Interesting and Fun!

I visited the Guinness Storehouse August 3, 2018. It is a self guided tour where you go at your own pace. For those who are English speaking there is not an audio headset, though for all others there are audio guides available for use. This...More

4  Thank melissah12018
Reviewed 12 August 2018
The way to go!

When you're vacationing, the last way you want to spend your time is waiting in line. If you're going to visit the Guinness Storehouse, this is definitely the way to go. In English, it is a self guided tour so you can go as fast...More

1  Thank Janet G