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 GuinnessĀ®. 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!

Source: VisitDublin