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Guinness Storehouse

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Guinness Storehouse

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Avoid waiting in long lines at the Book of Kells—one of the most important highlights of Irish heritage dating back to the ninth century—on this early-access tour. Meet at the easy-to-find Trinity College in central Dublin, and set off listening to the elaborate history from a guide who unlocks secret mysteries of the book. End your tour at Dublin Castle where your guide dives even deeper into Irish culture and heritage.
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Jeffry b wrote a review Feb 2021
Essendon, Australia7,010 contributions2,306 helpful votes
Guinness Storehouse adjoins the St James's Gate Brewery. Your tour will include an explanation of how Guinness is brewed. You tour will conclude with a tasting at the Gravity Bar, where there is a magnificent view over Dublin. The recipe for this flavorsome stout was perfected by Arthur Guinness in 1759; it is now one of the world's most popular alcoholic beverages.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Response from GuinnessStorehouse, General Manager at Guinness Storehouse
Responded 19 Feb 2021
Hi, Thank you for this review - we hope you enjoyed all aspects of the tour including your complimentary pint in our Gravity Bar whilst enjoying those views of Dublin! Thank you, from the Guinness Storehouse Erin
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Jeffry b wrote a review Feb 2021
Essendon, Australia7,010 contributions2,306 helpful votes
In Ireland, Guinness is called "porter." Guinness is actually stout. You can see how it is brewed in the Guinness Storehouse at the St James's Gate Brewery in Dublin. Guinness is "dark, dry, from Dublin." You can have a jar of porter at the Gravity Bar, at the top of the building and also get a meal and a fine views of Dublin city Arthur Guinness perfected the recipe for Guinness in 1759, and it's become a world-wide best-seller. The Guinness harp is based on the ancient harp in the library of Trinity College, Dublin, which anyone can inspect. By the way, in Cork they drink Murphy's stout. Which is better? I've had both, it's not an argument I'd like to buy into. .
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Response from GuinnessStorehouse, Manager at Guinness Storehouse
Responded 19 Feb 2021
Hi, Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. It sounds like you know your stuff - fair play. We hope that you enjoyed your visit to us and you are more than welcome back anytime to try one of our other Guinness beers or meals from one of our restaurants. Sláinte! Thank you, from the Guinness Storehouse Erin
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lauragray304 wrote a review Jan 2021
Sydney, Australia173 contributions96 helpful votes
A very informative experience that is definitely designed to be engaging for tourists whilst also providing information. I'm not a Guinness fan, but enjoyed the experience, and it's definitely worth a visit. When we went it was very busy so I was glad to have pre-purchased our tickets.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from GuinnessStorehouse, Manager at Guinness Storehouse
Responded 26 Jan 2021
Hi Laura, Thank you for taking the time to review us. We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed your time at the Home of Guinness. Even though you are not a Guinness fan, we hope that you enjoyed a different drink of your choice in our Gravity Bar, overlooking those views of Dublin. You are more than welcome to return anytime! Thank you, from the Guinness Storehouse Erin
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Acidov wrote a review Jan 2021
Warsaw, Poland8,745 contributions128 helpful votes
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I was truly overwhelmed by the scale of this place. The building is huge, has several floors and each is dedicated to Guinness beer. I spent quality time there, learned a lot about the beer brewing process and the history of Guinness. Everything is described in detail; interactive installations constitute a valuable addition. Unique ambiance with the visible industrial inner workings makes the visit even more enjoyable. Although it is a touristic and pricey place, you know what you pay for. Halfway through, there is a tasting bar and the views from the sky bar on the top floor are probably the best in Dublin. Have you ever watched Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory? It is pretty much the equivalent for beer lovers. A must visit in Dublin.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from GuinnessStorehouse, Manager at Guinness Storehouse
Responded 13 Jan 2021
Hi, Thank you very much for this great review! We are delighted to read this amazing feedback and to hear that you enjoyed your trip to the Home of Guinness. I agree - our building is huge and there definitely is plenty to do and see throughout it. The views from the Gravity Bar are definitely a highlight of the tour - so we're glad you also enjoyed. You are more than welcome to come back and visit us again anytime! Thank you, from the Guinness Storehouse Erin
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Julia U wrote a review Jan 2021
Odessa, Ukraine70 contributions71 helpful votes
Not sure if we will visit it again. We visited the museum and winter village. I would say it's not a museum, there are several floors with information about the beer. There is also a bar, restaurant, and shop. But we did not like the fact that while visiting part of the interactive items just were not working. I would like to know if the full exposition is working before buying the ticket. Also, the audio guide was not available. I believe it's because of COVID situation, so we just walked. The winter village was beautiful.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Response from HomeofGuinness, Manager at Guinness Storehouse
Responded 5 Jan 2021
Hi Julia, Thank you for your review. We are very sorry to hear you were not overly impressed with your experience. We have tried our best to keep it as safe as possible for our visitors and our staff therefore this has caused us to make a few changes to the tour. We hope you get the opportunity to visit again in the future when it is safe to do so. Thank you from the Guinness Storehouse Olivia
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