Guiness Brewery (Dublin) Reviews
Description:St. James's Gate, Dublin 8.
Newest Review: ... points in the city and you can get on and off, so this will take you there as well as show you the other fantastic sightseeing tourist attractions. The brewery has many interactive things to do and is a story all the way round but done in a informative and fun way of the making of guiness. You can have your photo taken and then emailed to you which is lovely and something we received a few ... more
Customer Guiness Brewery (Dublin) Reviews (13)
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
The best museum/brewery Ive ever been to and is an experience in itself. I went to dublin for 3 days with my husband and we adored it, the guiness brewery however had to the the highlight of our trip. Only a short bus journey away from the city, although the best way to get there is by the discovery bus which leads you to various focal points in the city and you can get on and off, so this will take you there as well as show you the other fantastic sightseeing tourist attractions. The brewery has many interactive things to do and is a story all the way round but done in a informative and fun way of the making of guiness. You can have your photo ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Last weekend I went on a stag do to Dublin and while there we took a trip to the Guinness factory and we had a great time. I had been once before and was more than happy to go back again. Once there you see everything from the history of Guinness, all their different advertising campaigns and of course how Guinness is brewed. There is a brief talk at the start of the tour which is pretty interesting and then you are given a map and allowed to walk round at your own pace. There is lots of interesting facts to read on the way round and lots of photo opportunities. Your entry price also includes a pint of Guinness which you can choose to get at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/09 (Useful, 15 readings)
The Guinness Storehouse is located in St James Gate, Dublin. We walked there from the centre of Dublin and it took about twenty minutes. It is easy to find. Once we arrived we quickly got to the ticket desks, there was hardly any queue at all which surprised us greatly. We got student tickets without any hassle even though we did not have international student cards, they were very accommodating. We did the self tour where you walk round yourself with a guide book. I think this is the best way to see it as you can do it at your own pace. It was fascinating seeing how Guinness is made and I found the video about how they make the barrels extremely informative and I would . Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/09, updated on 03/10/12 (Very useful, 98 readings)
My review of Dublin airport outlined my nightmare travel incident as part of a recent trip to Dublin. As part of the trip to Dublin my boyfriend and I visited the Guinness Storehouse and had a fantastic time. **Location** The Guinness Storehouse is located in St James Gate Dublin. It's a 20-minute walk from the heart of Dublin City Centre. Alternatively you can get the bus, which takes 10 minutes. My boyfriend and I decided to walk... and then it started to snow. Despite the blizzard and Artic like conditions we were able to find the place as it is signposted all of the way from the City Centre. **Price** Admission price per adult is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
The Guiness Storehouse (as it is known) is one of Dublins premier tourist attractions. A former brewery and part of the huge St James' Gate complex it sits on the west side of the City, production here stopped in the 1980's and the storehouse was reopened as a museum in time for the Millenium celebrations. We travelled to the museum by tram and found the five minute walk from the tram stop easy if slightly confusing (there is a sign, then no sign etc). We were warned there are usually queues to get the the museum but were behind only around ten other visitors. Entry costs 15 euros which feels steep, but discounts can be gained by investing in a Dublin Pass ... Read the complete review
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