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Irish Whiskey Museum

Closed Now: 10:30 - 18:00
Open today: 10:30 - 18:00
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Welcome to the Irish Whiskey Museum, the first Irish whiskey museum in the world! The museum depicts the origins of Irish whiskey, its rise to glory, the dramatic fall, and of course, current revival of new Irish whiskeys. With an exclusive...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
119 Grafton Street, Dublin Dublin 2, Ireland
+353 1 525 0970
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Reviewed today via mobile

Sarah K. did a great job with our tour. Her breath of knowledge and funny anecdotes made it so interesting and entertaining. The multi media show really made history come to life. And the tasting was excellent. I will recommend this tour to my friends....More

Thank Richard O
Reviewed today

I went both to the Irish Whiskey Museum and Jameson. Jameson is OK, but it's more expensive and not as interesting. At the Whiskey Museum, you learn about the interesting history of Irish whiskey and learn the differences between them--and identify which ones you prefer....More

Thank Lori Y
Reviewed today

Andy was great. Had a great experience learning a lot about Irish whiskey. paid for the premiums but the additional whiskey was okay. Did appreciate that it was agnostic of labels and marketing from a whiskey perspective. Well worth the time and money.

Thank bhtm29
Reviewed today via mobile

Dropped in for a cheeky tipple before a local ghost tour. Was met by Stephen, the bartending god!!! Fantastic at discussing the cocktail menu with me, settled on a G&T (local blend obviously) and a Suzi Sour. Stephen was great at explaing all the processes...More

Thank Sarah B
Reviewed today

A must visit to try the different Irish Whiskeys at a single place. I was initially thinking of going to Jameson, but ended up here on the recommendation of the hop on hop off driver.

Thank nidhiashishgupta
Reviewed today via mobile

Sarah H did an excellent look back in time. The mixture of media, props and dressed rooms meant it kept the audience engaged. Sarah H was fantastic at injecting some Irish humour, whilst being hugely informative and talked us perfectly through the tasting (much more...More

Thank Shini K
Reviewed today via mobile

Our tour guide Eoin was a great ambassador for the tour and also his country. We really enjoyed his friendly and informative input but also his humorous anecdotes. The museum itself was well laid out and the artefacts were convincing. We really enjoyed the tasting...More

Thank spiggie07
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Grace was our tour guide and she was very lively and entertaining. We learned some interesting facts about Irish whiskey on the tour and were introduced to 3 Irish whiskey samples at the end. Loads of fun and I highly recommend the tour!!!!

1  Thank Christy F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

After missing the chance to visit the Irish Whiskey Museum earlier this year, we where happy to join a premium tour. Our guide Grace caught us with her typical Irish humor and all her Game of Thrones references - thank you Miss Maisie! The tour...More

Thank Miriam L
Reviewed yesterday

Andy made the tour super fun and informative. I learned a lot about whiskey's history that I didn't know and really enjoyed the tasting at the end. Cheers

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Carlie C
29 June 2018|
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Response from IrishWhiskeyMuseum | Property representative |
Hi Carlie, We recommend to pre-book online through our website as during the summer months we can get quite busy and our tours often fill up. However we have tours running every 30 minutes throughout the day until 6pm so... More
kaitlin d
4 May 2018|
Response from Fred P | Reviewed this property |
I just went to their site, looked at June 22 for blending experience. There are three times available and I could select multiple visitors for all of them. Try it again. It was a very enjoyable and informative experience... More
23 March 2018|
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Response from FrancoisT488 | Reviewed this property |
An hour is enough, they close at 6pm so if you can get there before 5, should be good. Maybe book online and secure place.