Located in the heart of the legendary St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin. this production site has been home to the black stuff since 1759, when Arthur Guinness signed a lease for 9000 years. The Storehouse was the former fermentation plant of the brewery, now remodelled into a visitor centre dedicated to the history of Guinness.
Ireland’s number one attraction unfolds its tale across seven floors, shaped around a giant pint, which if filled, would contain 14.3 million pints of Guinness®. The highlight for many visitors is the Gravity Bar, symbolically the “Head of the Pint”, where visitors can enjoy 360 degree views across Dublin while savouring a complimentary pint.
We have visited The Guiness Storehouse and we found the guidance quite interesting. The building has lots of information and history, and it’s perfect to break a grey and rainy day inside of this museum. The Gravity Bar was very cool! And have a dark Guiness in the bar, it’s almost like a meal you know, and it’s included in the ticket price! This visit was worth the entrance fee, definitely, and we would come again next time we will visit Ireland’s capital!