The magical home of Guinness is a must on anyone’s trip to Dublin.
Yes, there are lifts throughout the building to facilitate access for wheelchair users. If you have concerns or specific requirements please contact Guinness directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The entrance for wheelchairs and pushchairs to Guinness Storehouse is located on Market Street. Visitors will need to push the call button to gain access and should follow internal signs to the lift/elevator and ticket desks.
Yes, audio guides in several languages are available at the cost of €3 each in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese.
Free parking is a short walk away on Crane Street. It is offered on a first come, first serve basis. Parking on Market Street is reserved for coaches.
Yes, you can take photos so long as it is safe to do so.
We recommend allowing at least 90 minutes to explore with the self-guided experience.
No - if you purchase the Self Guided & Gravity Bar ticket, you will be able to enjoy your included drink at the Gravity Bar (a pint of Guinness or one of our other Guinness beers (18+), or a soft drink).
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Visit the Guinness Storehouse – where you’ll receive a warm welcome from the Guinness ambassadors in their famous home. Throughout the experience, you’ll learn about the history of Guinness in Dublin, the provenance of its ingredients, and the cultural impact across time. At the Gravity Bar, take in the view over Dublin City. Your ticket includes a pint of Guinness, Guinness 0.0 or soft drink on arrival at the Gravity Bar.
The self-guided tour takes approximately 90 minutes. Closed: 24 - 26 December & 1st January.