Author: Julie Thompson | Last Updated: 26 Oct 2019
Put aside everything you think of when you think of a brewery tour; this is not just a brewery tour. Located at the world-famous St James’ Gate, the Guinness Storehouse is a seven-storey masterpiece. Not only does this tour culminate in a pint of the most iconic beer the planet has seen but, visitors are also treated to spectacular views of Dublin as they sip (or gulp). This tourist attraction is often visitors’ number one reason for coming to Dublin, and it’s not hard to see why. Beautiful cobbled streets, incredible exhibits and delicious samples along the way make this a thrilling experience for anyone (Guinness fan or not). Not only will visitors be treated to a history of the company, it’s infamous marketing strategies and iconography but, they will also get an in-depth view into the age-old brewing process behind the famously jet-black pint. Located only a short walk from Temple Bar, Trinity College and other popular Dublin destinations, the Guinness Storehouse is a must-see destination.
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