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Definitely get your tickets ahead of time!

The tour was really interesting and the beer at the end is a definite perk! Recommend the view at the bar on the seventh deck, it’s incredible.

Fun and really interesting - & I'm not exactly a beer connoisseur

My boyfriend and I went to the Guinness Storehouse on 31 December 2018 - an absolutely perfect start to our New Years Eve celebrations on our first trip to Dublin. A really impressive and interesting museum, with the treat of the delicious black/dark ruby red elixir at the end! The waiters and waitresses Irish dancing was also a nifty little surprise.

Guinness Storehouse: Standard Ticket with Free Pint Reviewed by Jessica, 01/09/2019

What an amazing place to eat, drink & explore some of Dublin’s history

An amazing venue. Well presented and really educational. What an wonderful contribution the Guinness family made to Irish history and caring for their employees. We finished our visit of with a burger and it was mouth watering. Highly recommended this place to anyone who enjoys a wine and dine adventure.

Excellent experience with a great guide!

My wife and I had a wonderful time touring both distilleries, and having a guide who knew the area and the history of Dublin was great. Highly recommended!

Excellent and interesting tour,I always drink Guinness

I have been drinking Guinness for years - Original, Foreign Extraa and the West Indies Porter. I bought in the airport shop two Lagers, they certainly had a better twang then odinary Lagers but I do prefer the actual Guinness. I also bought a Milk Stout (people used to drink years ago) I have yet to try that. I enjoyed the short lecture at the beginning then doing the self tour, and go where you please or sit down to rest etc, and found it all very interesting. Quite a shock that Mrs Guinness had 21 children, my goodness. It was fun pulling the pint although I had help. There is a pub in Fleet Street London, The Tipperrary that claims to be the first pub in London to have Guinness on draft, I have yet to go in there. The view from the top is wonderful, I had a seat for awhile and met many people, quite a few Americans. A very interesting place to spend two hours, I highly recommend it.

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