The Drury Court Hotel would highly recommend a visit to the Guinness Storehouse when visiting Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse is located on James’s Street in Dublin city centre and is only a short 15 minute walk from our hotel. The Storehouse is open seven days a week, except for a few certain holiday days, and has late opening in July and August.
The Guinness Brewery has been producing the famous "black stuff" in its current St. James' Gate location since 1759, and the Storehouse is a great way for visitors to get an insight into this most famous Irish export.
Based over 7 floors, visitors are treated to a full explanation of the brewing process- with interactive sections for younger tourists- as well as the chance to pull your own pint (and receive the coveted Guinness certificate). The Storehouse tour culminates in a pint of creamy Dublin Guinness in the Gravity Bar at the very top of the building, boasting some of the most impressive views of Dublin to be found in the area.
Just a 20 minute walk from the Drury Court Hotel through the old Viking area of Dublin, the Guinness Storehouse is easily accessible and provides audio guides in over 15 languages, making it easy to see why it is one of Dublin's ultimate tourist attractions.
For more information and tickets check out www.guinness-storehouse.com.