The Morgan Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Dublin city in Temple Bar. A number of Dublin’s must see tourist attractions are within a very close distance to the hotel, including the renowed Guinness Storehouse. The Guinness Storehouse has been named as the number one tourist attraction in Ireland, having won a variety of different awards since it has opened. Head to our offers page to see our full range of packages for staying at the Morgan Hotel.
Within The Guinness Storehouse, there are seven floors of interactive experiences that combine the brewing heritage with Ireland’s own history. The experience is a self-guided tour lasting around 1.5 hours, however you can book a guided tour ahead of time. After you have finished learning about the Guinness story, brewing process, and advertising history, you can partake in the tasting experience, where you will be taken on a multi-sensory tasting journey. You can also book The Connoisseur Experience in advance if you would like to have a more exclusive tasting experience in a private bar. Ending your time at the storehouse, you can go to the Guinness Academy where you will learn how to pour the perfect pint (and drink it after), or head straight to the Gravity Bar for a 360 degree view of the city and your complimentary pint.
The Guinness Storehouse is open 7 days a week from 9:30am – 7pm, with the last admission being at 5pm. However, throughout July and August there are extended hours from 9am – 8pm, with the last admission being at 6pm. It’s busiest days are usually Friday and Saturday, with the busiest times ranging around 2-4pm.
Base yourself at The Morgan Hotel for your Dublin city break and be central to all of the sights and attractions that Dublin has to offer.
The Guinness Storehouse is a 5-minute drive or a 10-15 minute bus ride from The Morgan. Our receptionist will be delighted to assist you on the best way suitable to travel to storehouse for a taste and feel of the black stuff.
How to get there:
By Bus: 51B and 78A (from Aston Quay) and 123 (from O'Connell Street).
St. James' Gate,
Open All Year 7 days:
9.30am-5pm (last admission 5pm)
July and August 9.30am-7pm (last admission 7pm)
Closed: 24th, 25th and 26th of December.