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Guinness Brewery and Storehouse

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altFounded by Arthur Guinness in 1759, the brewery is spread out over 60 acres and is currently the most popular tourist destination. At one point the brewery was one of the largest in the world but even today it is revered by the Irish since the Guinness stout is Ireland’s national drink. The tour includes a look at the history of the brewery and its current manufacturing plant.

St. James' Gate, Dublin West,
Dublin, Co. Dublin, Dublin 8
Contact: 01/408-4800
www.guinness-storehouse.com
Admission: 15 EUR
 

 

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