Dublin - Dublin City / Liberties and Historic Quarter

The Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse

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The Guinness Storehouse, Ireland’s number 1 visitor attraction, gives Guinness lovers the chance to experience the history, heart, and soul of Ireland’s most iconic beer. A visit to the Home of Guinness includes a behind-the-scenes look at the craft of brewing a perfect pint of the Black Stuff, an exhibition and cinema room dedicated to vintage Guinness advertising, and the chance to enjoy a pint in the Gravity Bar while enjoying Dublin’s best view. This July, the Guinness Storehouse reopened its gates for the first time in over six months. To mark the reopening, the Home of Guinness is looking forward to a summer of celebration – whether that’s with a cold, smooth pint of the black stuff or by giving Irish creative culture a platform to shine. Bookings: Bookings can be made from Wednesday, 1 September. Last admission 7pm. Max 6 tickets per booking.

Proof of Immunity: Customers will need to provide a valid photo ID and Proof of Immunity on arrival to confirm that all are over 18 and are either fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months. Under 18s who are in the care of a permitted person in an indoor setting, currently do not require Proof of Immunity.

Time: 5.15pm - 7pm

Genres: Heritage / Tour

Facilities: Bar / Café / Restaurant

Features: Family friendly / Wheelchair accessible

Address: St. James Gate, Dublin 8, Dublin, Dublin 8 Dublin 8, Ireland

Website: http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/en

Phone: 01 408 4800

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First Day Gallery at The Guinness Storehouse

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The Guinness Storehouse is thrilled to present its Culture Night event in collaboration with First Day Gallery. This exhibition is a spectacle of culture and visual art for visitors, in addition to the seven story Guinness Storehouse Tour. The multi-disciplinary exhibition will feature recent works by some of Ireland’s leading visual artists including Ciana Fitzgerald, Michelle Malone, Matthew Stickland, Sean Whelan, Niall ‘Kurb Junki’ Cullen, and many more. Painting, sculpture, print, photography and conceptual installations curated by Robyn Carey and Neil Dunne will adorn the Arrol Suite on the 2nd floor of the historic Storehouse building. Opening for Culture Night 2021 on Friday September 17th, this exhibition will be on view for the following week, for all visitors to the Guinness Storehouse.

This dynamic exhibition curated by First Day Gallery highlights Guinness’ longstanding support and cultivation of Irish Art. With major historical exhibitions such as ROSC ‘84 taking place in the same space, First Day Gallery are thrilled to follow in the footsteps of those before them with their second show this year.

About First Day Gallery

First Day Gallery is a nomadic, artist-run platform and pop up gallery founded by Dublin artists Robyn Carey & Neil Dunne. Aiming to utilise any space they can to contribute to creative culture, First Day Gallery looks to run exhibitions, making opportunities for emerging artists and creating a platform for them to grow. They curate fresh art experiences that showcase the wealth of talent in visual arts in Ireland, with an inclusive and accessible atmosphere.

Max 6 tickets per booking.

Limited tickets available for Culture Night. The gallery will be available to view until Thursday 23rd September in the Guinness Storehouse. To get 20% off your ticket after Culture Night, please use the promocode: FIRSTDAYGALLERY

Proof of Immunity: Customers will need to provide a valid photo ID and Proof of Immunity on arrival to confirm that all are over 18 and are either fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months. Under 18s who are in the care of a permitted person in an indoor setting, currently do not require Proof of Immunity.

 

Time: 7pm - TBCpm

Genres: Visual Art

Features: Wheelchair accessible

Address: St. James Gate, Dublin 8, Dublin, Ireland

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