To conclude part 2 of my visit to the Guinness Storehouse, the last part of the experience is to enjoy a pint of Guinness in the Gravity Bar. The bar is located on the 7th floor of the building and provides you with a 360-degree panoramic view of Dublin City and the greater area.
A free pint voucher is included when you purchase your ticket to the Guinness Storehouse, simply present your voucher to the bar staff and they will pour you a perfect pint of the black stuff.
The staff in the bar decorates the head of the pint with Shamrocks in true Irish fashion and the bartenders are very friendly offering to take your photo in the gravity bar if you wish.
On the day that I visited, the bar was quite busy but if you wait a short amount of time then seating will become available near the windows where you can sit and take photos of the breathtaking views. Unfortunately there is no accessible balcony for visitors to go outside so make sure your camera or phone lens is close to the windows to avoid unwanted glare or reflections on your photos.
Even though I enjoyed the view during the afternoon, I am eager to return to the gravity bar and experience the views of Dublin City at night. Whether you go during the day or during the night I believe you will thoroughly enjoy the Gravity Bar and the atmosphere it provides.
As shown in my part 1 blog post about the Guinness Storehouse, here are the Admission Prices:
ADULT (18+) *SAVE 10%
STUDENT (18+) (STUDENT ID REQUIRED)
FAMILY (2 ADULTS, 4 CHILDREN UNDER 18)
STUDENT UNDER 18 (STUDENT ID REQUIRED)
SENIOR CITIZEN (65+)
CHILD 6-12 (UNDER 6 ARE FREE)
How to get there:
Luas (Tram) Red line to St James' and then walk for 5 minutes using the map below.
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