The Guinness Storehouse opening hours are:
Monday to Friday: 10am-5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9.30am to 5pm
These opening hours are subject to change.
Yes. Everyone is welcome at the Guinness Storehouse and the building is fully accessible. Ramps and/or lifts allow all visitors access to all parts of the Guinness Storehouse. Mobility wheelchairs are available free of charge from the Information Desk (subject to availability) and we can arrange assistance to help navigate the building if required.
Accessible bathrooms — with emergency call buttons — are available on most floors throughout the building. And all our restaurants, bars and shop are accessible with specially adapted counters; you can even pull your own pint at our accessible tap.
Guide dogs, assistance dogs, or working dogs in training are welcome at Guinness Storehouse.
Our accessible entrance, which is also used for group bookings, is located on Market Street. Visitors will need to push the call button to gain access and then follow internal signs to the lift and ticket desks.
There is a drop-off area available in front of the main entrance on Market Street or you can avail of the accessible parking spaces at the Crane Street Car Park.
Handheld text, audio and international sign language guide devices are available at the Audio Guides Desk on the ground floor.
The Guinness Storehouse is proud to be accredited by Ireland’s national autism charity, AsIAm, as a certified autism-friendly attraction. Our staff has been trained on how to best cater to customers with autism or other neurodivergencies, and we offer sensory kits including earplugs at our reception area, along with Sensory Maps and a visual guide to the building.
Once monthly, we also offer Sensory Friendly hours. Those timeslots are marked in green. You read more about our autism-friendly accreditation here.
For more information on accessibility, please see here or if you have concerns or specific requirements, please do not hesitate to get in touch on +353 1 4084800 or at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will be happy to help.
Yes! The building is child friendly and all areas are accessible for buggies/pushchairs/strollers. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Certain add-on experiences, such as STOUTie and Guinness Academy, are for over 18s only. Children can accompany their guardians but they cannot partake in these experiences. In all circumstances, children will receive a non-alcoholic drink.
The Guinness Storehouse is located in the heart of Dublin’s Liberties. We are easy to find by foot, bike, bus, tram, train or taxi. Check out our getting here page for details on all options or use the Google Map on our contact us page.
Address: Guinness Storehouse, St. James’s Gate, Dublin 8, D08 VF8H, Ireland
Yes. There is a limited amount of free parking available on Crane Street that is offered on a first come, first served basis. Parking on Market Street is reserved for coaches. Please see here for more information on getting to the Guinness Storehouse.
Yes. The Guinness Storehouse is a stop on Hop-on Hop-off services operating in Dublin. There is a drop off and pick up stop located at the entrance to Guinness Storehouse.
You can pay in cash, card or by using a TFI Leap Card on trams, trains and buses. Leap Cards are pre-paid travel cards for public transport. They are cheaper and there is a special rate for travellers and tourists. Taxis do not accept Leap Cards as payment. When travelling by taxis, you can use cash or card or by using the Free Now App. All taxis are now required by law to accept card payments.
Sometimes, it can be difficult to get around a city you are not familiar with. Luckily, Dublin is a compact city that you can walk around and or use apps from transport providers to give you detailed real-time information. Here are some that might be useful.
The best place to purchase tickets and guarantee the best price is by visiting our website. You can find our tickets on many websites and through online tour operators, but you will get the best price here. You can also purchase a ticket at the Guinness Storehouse admissions hall, but availability is not guaranteed (if tickets are sold out online for a certain time, they will not be available at the admissions hall). If you buy a ticket at the Guinness Storehouse, we only accept payment by debit or credit card.
We strongly recommend booking your visit in advance to secure an available timeslot for you and your group.
When you purchase your ticket online, you can download the tickets directly from the site onto your device. You will also receive a conﬁrmation email with your tickets and a unique booking reference number.
Our prices vary by date, time and the age of the visitor. Please check our ticket purchase page for the most up-to-date pricing information. Generally, adult ticket prices start from €26; a child ticket (aged 5 – 17) is €10 and children under 4 are free. A family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) starts from €62.
A family ticket includes entry for two adults and two children. Children’s tickets include the self-guided tour and entry to Gravity bar, where they can enjoy a non-alcoholic drink. Family tickets can be booked for the STOUTie and Guinness Academy experiences. While under 18s are not permitted to partake in the experiences, they will receive a soft drink.
Ticket rates are determined by the time and date of your visit. For the best rates on tickets, you can book your ticket online on the Guinness Storehouse website.
We don't offer concessions for visitors with disabilities, but we do offer complimentary entry for a single care assistant who is accompanying you. To obtain a carer ticket, first book your ticket and then email email@example.com quoting your booking reference number. The team will then issue you with a complimentary ticket for your carer. If you have special requirements or further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +353 1 4084800. More information is available in our accessibility guide.
There is no age restriction. We welcome everyone to the Guinness Storehouse. However, if you are under the age of 18 you cannot drink or purchase alcohol, and you must be accompanied by an adult. Your ticket includes a non-alcoholic drink.
No, you can only enter the Gravity Bar if you are partaking in the Guinness Storehouse tour. Your tour ticket gives you entry to the Gravity Bar where you will be able to enjoy an included drink, which can be a pint of Guinness, one of our other beers, Guinness 0.0 (over 18s only), or a non-alcoholic drink.
For information on tour groups and tour operator pricing, please contact the bookings team by emailing email@example.com.
Groups of 26 or more can receive a 10% discount on the standard adult ticket price by contacting us at the email address above.
Don't worry, you can change the date and time of your visit in the My Booking section of the website or by clicking the ‘Manage My Booking’ link in your confirmation email. Bookings can be changed up to 24 hours before your arrival time. There is no charge for making changes to your booking, but you may be required to pay the difference if you defer to a premium time slot or upgrade your ticket type.
If you created an account when you purchased your tickets:
If you used the Guest Checkout when purchasing your tickets , you will need to create an account to amend your booking:
If you have any difficulties, the bookings team will be happy to help on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +353 1 408 4800.
Go to the My Account page on this website.
Click ‘Forgot Password’.
Enter the email address used when making your booking.
Check the box beside "I'm not a robot" and click "Reset Your Password".
We currently do not offer gift cards, but you can purchase a ticket on someone’s behalf entering their name and email address in the booking information. Please make sure to take note of the booking reference number on the order confirmation page to share with the person you are gifting it to.
Once your tickets have been purchased, the ticket is non-refundable. If you cannot make it on a specific day or time you are welcome to change your booking up to 24 hours before your arrival time by visiting My Account or by contacting the bookings team by emailing email@example.com or calling +353 1 408 4800.
Please visit our Purchase Terms & Conditions page for further details.
If you have a Go City Dublin Pass, please visit reservations.gocity.com to book your ticket. Ensure you have your order number and email address to hand, and you can choose an available date and time to book. You will then receive an email confirming your reservation.
We recommend that you only buy tickets directly from Guinness Storehouse. If you wish to buy through a third-party agent, we recommend this purchase is made through a recognised Guinness Storehouse seller such as GetYourGuide, Dublin Bus and Go City Dublin Pass. All tickets purchased through third-party sellers are done so at your own risk. Queries regarding tickets purchased through third-party sellers must be directed to the point of purchase as the Guinness Storehouse holds no information on your booking.
We ask that you arrive five minutes before your scheduled time slot. In order to ensure a comfortable experience for all visitors, if you fail to arrive within your allocated 15-minute time slot, your booking will be deferred to the next available time slot. If your booking is deferred to a premium time slot, you will be required to pay the difference. We do not offer discounts if the ticket price goes down.
Yes, we have a storage facility to hold luggage while you enjoy the tour. Please note, we cannot store coats or jackets.
To ensure the safety of our visitors and staff, visitors and their belongings may be subject to a security screening before gaining entry to the Guinness Storehouse.
Yes. Our self-guided, interactive tour invites you to visit at your own pace. We offer audio guides in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese at the cost of €3 each. We also offer the tour in Irish Sign Language on a portable screen at no additional cost. All audio guides can be purchased at the start of your visit.
Absolutely! We encourage you take as many photos as you want – providing it is safe to do so. We’d also love to see images of your experience at the Guinness Storehouse; you can find us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram or tweet us @homeofguinness. Don’t forget to tag us in your photos and tell us all about your trip!
The Guinness Academy is located on the fourth floor of the Guinness Storehouse. Here you will learn how to pour a pint of the black stuff from one of our stout-pouring specialists. You will learn this enviable skill (which is not as easy as it looks!) and claim a certificate to prove you poured a pint at the Home of Guinness – and then you get to enjoy the pint yourself! Family tickets are available for this experience but please note, children cannot partake and will receive a non-alcoholic drink.
Located on the fourth floor, the STOUTie allows you to personalise your pint with a selfie printed on the head of your smooth Guinness. This really is a unique experience, a bit of fun and provides you with an unforgettable moment to snap and share – and, of course, you get to enjoy the pint yourself! Family tickets are available for this experience but please note, children cannot partake and will receive a non-alcoholic drink.
Located on the fourth floor, this is an experience that you will never forget. Our beer specialists invite you on an intimate tasting and storytelling journey delving deeper into the origins and tastes of Guinness. As part of a small group and led by a really passionate and knowledgeable host, you’ll share stories over sample beers brewed right here on site. To finish off your unique experience, you’ll learn the enviable skill of pouring your own pint at the Home of Guinness.
We run three sessions daily at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm (times subject to change) and each session lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. This experience is limited to 16 places and is subject to availability. The Connoisseur Experience is offered in English and is strictly for those over the age of 18.
The Guinness Brewery Experience is an intimate and exclusive tour of St. James Gate. Embark on an unforgettable journey through the working brewery that has stood at St. James’s Gate for the past three centuries. A once-in-a-lifetime experience, Guinness lovers will go into the tunnels underground, marvel at modern technology at Brewhouse 4, perfect the art of pouring beautiful Guinness, enjoy a delicious lunch at Guinness Storehouse and finish with a pint overlooking Dublin's skyline at the Gravity bar.
The Guinness Brewery Experience is offered in English and is strictly for those over the age of 18. Due to the historical nature of the Brewery Experience route, should you have any mobility or other special requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can discuss how we can best accommodate you and make your visit extra special.
We recommend allowing at least 90 minutes to explore the Guinness Storehouse with the self-guided experience. However, as the tour is self-guided, you can take it at your own pace and spend as much time as you wish. If you have booked the STOUTie or the Guinness Academy experiences, you should add around another 30 minutes per experience. The Connoisseur Experience will add around another 1 hour and 15 minutes to your tour.
There are a range of eating options at The Guinness Storehouse. From our coffee shop on the first floor to the restaurant hub on level five, there is something to suit you if you want a snack, a quick bite or a three-course meal.
1837 Bar & Brasserie is our full-service brasserie named after the year Guinness and oysters were declared a perfect match. You can pre-book a table at the brasserie which has an all-day menu of classics – from Carlingford oysters and our signature Beef & Guinness stew to stone-baked flatbreads and Guinness burgers – all with curated beer pairings.
Arthur’s Bar provides food in a contemporary Irish pub setting. With views across the city, you can enjoy a range of options from bangers & mash and steak sandwiches to smoked salmon and pies – all paired with our great beers. There is no need to book for Arthur’s Bar.
Brewers’ Dining Hall has long benches and big tables which is great for a big group who wants to share a meal together. With its open kitchen, you can enjoy our seafood-inspired menu offering oysters, chowder, seafood pie and moules frites – and there’s no need to book.
Cooperage Café is on the first floor and is the ideal spot for a quick snack, sandwich, cake or treat before or during your tour with hot drinks served by our brilliant baristas.
The Guinness Storehouse Retail Store is located on the ground floor of the Guinness Storehouse. Our flagship shop, this store is a one-of-a-kind retail experience housing the largest collection of Guinness merchandise in the world. You can browse in-store after your tour and check out some of the “Storehouse Exclusives”. We are always innovating and frequently collaborate with many different brands and individuals from large retailers such as Carhartt to smaller local artists such as Fatti Burke so keep your eyes open for the latest exciting exclusives. We also carry a range of delicious confectionary, sauces and chutneys from award-winning Irish producers.
We offer an in-store engraving experience that allows you to customise official Guinness glassware with personalised names and messages. Visitors also have the option to pre-order personalised glasses when booking their tickets online.
You can also buy Guinness products from our online store.
No, visitors cannot visit our flagship store without purchasing an experience ticket. You can however buy Guinness products from our online store.
Unfortunately, we do not offer a delivery service from the Guinness Storehouse retail store. However, visitors to our online store can have their products delivered.
Yes, we offer easy to use tax-free shopping to all non-EU residents subject to tax-free shopping rules.
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The Guinness Museum is an often-used name for the Guinness Storehouse, Ireland’s number one visitor attraction. In 1966, Rupert Guinness, 2nd Lord Iveagh, fulfilled a long-held ambition of opening a Brewery Museum at St. James’s Gate, to display historical brewery artefacts. Located in the old Chemists’ Laboratory on Watling Street, the museum was built to ‘showcase mementoes of Brewery life’. In its lifespan the Guinness Museum welcomed 10,000 visitors. The Guinness Storehouse carried on the tradition and to date has welcomed over 20 million visitors from around the world.
We regularly get people asking this question. If you have an old Guinness bottle or can at home, we recommend you keep it as a souvenir – but don’t drink any Guinness product that is past its sell by date. If you would like to know more about your Guinness bottle you can contact the Guinness Archive and our team there will be happy to tell you more about its origins. The Guinness Archive has a large collection of Guinness bottles, cans, and labels, many of which are on display at the Guinness Storehouse.
We do not provide valuations of old Guinness products, but we can assist in verifying their authenticity. For valuations, we recommend that you contact your local antique specialist or contact the independently run Guinness Collectors Club which provides memorabilia valuations for a fee. You can find them by visiting www.guinntiques.com.
The Guinness Storehouse tour provides lots of information on the history of Guinness. But if you are interested in finding out more, please take a look at the Guinness Archive pages, where you will find further information and can view images from the Guinness Archive collection.
Researcher access to the Guinness Archive may be arranged in advance by appointment. Please contact the Guinness Archive team for more information.
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