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Ireland East The Guinness Storehouse is located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, which has been home to the 'black stuff' since

Guinness Factory in Dublin. Put this on your bucket list! It's amazing.

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The Gravity Bar, St. James's Gate Dublin. This is the bar at the Guinness brewery. The 360-degree view of Dublin is spectacular, and this is the freshest Guinness you will ever have.

The Gravity Bar at the Guinness Storehouse is where we will bid farewell to Ireland overlooking the city of Dublin.

Travel Ireland| Serafini Amelia| Dublin is one of the most famous Irish cities, and rightly so! Form traditional music at the Cobblestone to the classic Guinness Brewery at St. James' Gate there's a wealth of things to do. Find out some more of them here

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Travel Ireland Serafini Amelia Dublin is one of the most famous Irish cities, and rightly so! Form traditional music at the Cobblestone to the classic Guinness Brewery at St. James' Gate there's a wealth of things to do. Find out some more of them here

Guinness is so much more than Ireland’s favourite stout. While the brewery at St James’s Gate – complete with 9,000-year lease – remains one of Dublin’s most iconic landmarks, the city also has the Guinness family to thank for the beautiful public parks of St Stephen’s Green and the Iveagh Gardens, as well as the restoration of stunning St Patrick’s Cathedral. Of course, there’s the 7-floor Storehouse, complete with Gravity Bar: the perfect spot for a tall, dark drink.

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Guinness is so much more than Ireland’s favourite stout. While the brewery at St James’s Gate – complete with lease – remains one of Dublin’s most iconic landmarks, the city also has the Guinness family to thank for the beautiful public parks o

Guinness The home of the black stuff - The old tram line running towards Guinness Brewery.

Guinness The home of the black stuff - The old tram line running towards Guinness Brewery.

Blarney Casle, the Cliffs of Moher and the Guinness brewery are on everyone’s list … so to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, we pick some of the less-obvious outdoor attractions across Ireland

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The Guinness Storehouse is one of Dublin’s most iconic landmarks – and with good reason! Dating back to 1759, the Guinness Brewery has been scenting the city with hops for hundreds of years. In 2000, the Storehouse opened, telling the unique story of this place as well as affording visitors one  of the best views in the city at its Gravity Bar. Fun fact: upon acquiring the storehouse in 1759, founder Arthur Guinness signed a lease...for 9,000 years!

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a memorable view. top of the guinness brewery in dublin, ireland.

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I'd love to visit the Guinness Brewery in Dublin, Ireland someday.

Dublin landmarks - horse and cart at St James Gate, Guinness Brewery (Dublin

No trip to Ireland is complete without see the Guinness Brewery.

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