Located in the 26-hectre St. James’s Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse is one of the most popular group attractions in Dublin. Home to the country’s most famous export since 1759, the Storehouse was once a Guinness fermentation plant that has since been remodelled into the shape of a giant pint of Guinness. Rising an impressive seven storeys high around a central glass atrium, each floor of the Storehouse tells a unique part of the famed stout’s story, from how it’s made to the ancient craft of barrel making and on to a history of the company’s incredibly successful advertising.
When visiting the Storehouse, your group will have the opportunity to pour your very own pint of Guinness on the fourth floor’s Perfect Pint Bar. Staffed by Guinness Ambassadors, visitors are taught the craft of pouring the ‘perfect pint’ and receive a personalised training certificate before sitting back to enjoy their handiwork.
For groups who prefer to have their pint poured for them, head up to the Gravity Bar at the top of the Storehouse. A highlight for many visitors, the Gravity Bar offers spectacular panoramic views across Dublin City and beyond. A pint at either the Perfect Pint Bar or the Gravity Bar is included in the price of admissions.
This attraction is especially great for large groups, offering discounted group rates and free admission for group organisers of pre-booked groups of 15 or more. If booking in advance, groups can also take advantage of multi-lingual guided tours, fast-track admission to enter the Storehouse, and coach parking.