Guinness Storehouse

RKD Architects, 2000-2021 /
Saint Catherine's, Dublin 8
Friday, 12pm—
Sunday, 12pm—
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The conversion from a former industrial plant into the Home of Guinness was the design of Dublin architects RKD and London based design company, Imagination. Their award-winning design gave the building new life while preserving the original building and facades. The redesign involved 2,000 men, working 700,000 man hours and was opened in December 2000 as a Millenium project.  Since then, we have continuously added to the experience, even adding a second Gravity bar last year!

Tour Info

Tours at 12pm

Pre-book only. Booking open 28th September. Check back here!

Accessibility

  • The Guinness Storehouse building has wheelchair friendly ramps and/or lifts
  • Accessible bathrooms are available throughout the building on lower ground, ground, ground mezzanine,3rd, 4th and 5th floor. 
  • Handheld text, audio and international sign language guide devices are available at the Audio Guides Desk on the ground floor.
  • A limited number of wheelchair accessible parking spaces are available close to the entrance of the Guinness Storehouse visitors’ parking on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Assistance Dogs welcome

Notes

  • Wheelchair Accessible.

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