Because the Guinness Storehouse is located so close to Dublin City Centre, many visitors walk to St. James’s Gate. We are a twenty-minute walk from College Green.
Cycling is a lovely way to see the historic sights of Dublin as you make your way to the Storehouse for your Guinness experience. Bring your own bike or hire one from Dublin Bikes. We are a 10-minute cycle from College Green.
The LUAS is Dublin’s tram system and is a handy way to hop on and off and see the city sights – like a local! If you are using the LUAS to visit us at the Guinness Storehouse, you need to take the Red Line from Dublin city centre in the direction of Tallaght and hop off at the James’s Luas stop. The Guinness experience is just a seven-minute walk from the James’s Luas stop.
Travelling to the Guinness Storehouse by Dublin Bus is quick, easy and the service is frequent. The number of the bus will be located at the bus stop and on the front of the bus. We are a 10-minute bus ride from O’Connell Street.
Take Number 123 from O’Connell Street or Dame Street (direction Walkinstown) and get off the bus on James’s Street. Ask the bus driver and they’ll give you a shout when it’s your stop.
Once you get off the bus, walk to your left and at the end of the street, you will see signs pointing you to the Storehouse where your Guinness experience in Dublin awaits.
The Guinness Storehouse is also a stop on Hop-on Hop-off services operating in Dublin. There is a drop-off and pick-up stop located at our entrance.
Dublin’s two main train stations are Dublin Connolly and Dublin Heuston.
From Heuston, you can grab a taxi (10 minutes) or the LUAS tram (12 minutes). Check ‘By Tram’ above for details on how to get here from the LUAS. If you are walking from Heuston, it will take around 15 minutes.
From Connolly, you can jump in a taxi (30 minutes) or the LUAS tram (25 minutes). Check ‘By Tram’ above for details on how to get here from the LUAS. If you are walking from Connolly, it will take around 40 minutes.
You can drive to the Guinness Storehouse where there is a limited amount of free parking available on Crane Street. Please note that parking on Market Street is reserved for coaches. We are a 20-minute drive from College Green.
All Dublin taxi drivers know how to get to the Guinness Storehouse and will drop you right at the door. You can hail a taxi on the street, jump in one at one of the many ranks around the city or use the FREE NOW or Uber Apps to book your taxi.
Our opening hours are Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm, Saturday 9.30am to 6pm and Sunday 9.30am to 5pm. Opening hours are subject to change.
The Guinness Storehouse is a short distance from Dublin city centre by walking, cycling or taking a Dublin Bus or the Luas (tram).
St. James's Gate, Dublin 8, D08 VF8H
Everyone is welcome at Guinness Storehouse, and we want to make sure you have an enjoyable, memorable, and safe experience with us.
Our accessibility guide details how our building is adapted for wheelchair users, quieter times to visit, and more.