Located in the heart of St James’s Gate in Dublin City, the Guinness Storehouse building was once the fermentation plant of the brewery. Today it offers a Guinness tour experience. As you make your way through the space, discover how Guinness is made, history and culture all explained to you by their expert tour guides.
Explore the story of Guinness before taking in the views of Dublin from the Gravity Bar while enjoying your perfectly poured, perfectly chilled pint of Guinness, included in your ticket.
Dining at the Guinness Storehouse
Why not dine after your tour? Eating at The Guinness Storehouse has never been easier. Both Arthur’s Bar and 1837 Bar and Brasserie can be enjoyed without having to buy an experience ticket. Both restaurants are focused on the best of local Irish produce, cooked to order, on-site by a team of talented chefs.
For casual, easy value, Arthur’s Bar offers the likes of toasties and fish and chips as well as morning coffees and pastries. 1837 Bar and Brasserie is the slightly more sophisticated. A menu of small and sharing plates along with flatbreads and Guinness burger.
The dishes are all designed to be enjoyed with the great range of Guinness beers. If you have a sweet tooth they have ‘Guinness in a glass’, a chocolate mousse with a Guinness malty tang. Or try a Wicklow strawberry and Bailey’s cheesecake.
The Guinness Storehouse, St. James’s Gate, Dublin 8
Opening Times: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: 1pm-7pm (last entry 6pm), Friday and Saturday: 1pm-8pm (last entry 7pm)