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Guinness Storehouse

Category: Monuments + Museums + Sightseeing + Tours

St James's Gate, Dublin

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Guinness Storehouse - Dublin - Reviews of Guinness Storehouse - TripAdvisor
Guinness' museum brings its foamy, yeasty, alcoholic joy to the world: a six dollar entrance fee includes a tour of the museum and a free beer. This six-story building contains the Guinness Brewery Hop Store, a museum and the Gravity Bar,...
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Guinness Storehouse, Dublin - Reviews of Guinness Storehouse - IgoUgo
) you walk into the world that is Guinness and the adventure begins. The entire history is explained to you from conception to finished product through visual presentations. The first room explains how Guinness is made with hops, barley, and of course love. Just kidding. The main ingredient that the...
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Gravity Bar @ the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin - Reviews of Gravity Bar @ the Guinness Storehouse - IgoUgo
A trip to Dublin would be a waste without visits to Guinness and Jameson. I, being a purveyor of the Black Stuff, enjoyed the former thoroughly. The visitor centre at St James Gate (The Guinness Brewery) is a very, very popular choice for all visitors to Dublin. This attraction could take up the bes...
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Travel Channel community: Guinness Storehouse - Dublin, Ireland
The tour finishes in the Gravity Bar, which takes up the top floor of the building. This place is worth visiting for the view of Dublin alone. But it is also worth visiting because you get a complimentary pint of Guinness with your museum admission. If you really don't like Guinness, you can try wha...
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iExplore Community: Guinness Storehouse - Dublin, Ireland
The tour finishes in the Gravity Bar, which takes up the top floor of the building. This place is worth visiting for the view of Dublin alone. But it is also worth visiting because you get a complimentary pint of Guinness with your museum admission. If you really don't like Guinness, you can try wha...
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iExplore Community: Guinness%20Storehouse - Dublin, Ireland
The museum is much more modern, and is worth it for any Guinness fan. The prices are high—about €9 for a student with an ID and about €14 for an adult. The museum is definitely entertaining and informative, though it toots Guinness' horn a bit too much for my taste. My favorite part is definitely th...
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Guinness Storehouse | Museum/Attraction Review | Dublin | Frommers.com
Founded in 1759, the Guinness Brewery is one of the world's largest breweries, producing a distinctive dark stout, famous for its thick, creamy head. You can explore the Guinness Hopstore, a converted 19th-century four-story building housing the World of Guinness Exhibition, an audiovisual presentat...
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