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Skip the Line: Guinness Storehouse Entrance Ticket

Skip the Line: Guinness Storehouse Entrance Ticket - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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Skip the line at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin with a fast-track entrance ticket allowing for quicker access to this top attraction, and enjoy this seven-floor, immersive experience at leisure! Breeze past any wait lines and go straight inside to discover the story of Guinness, perhaps the world’s favorite Irish brand. Learn about its 1759 origins at the adjoining St James’s Gate brewery; discover how the iconic, black and creamy stout is brewed; and taste some variants ... More info ›

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Skip the line at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin with a fast-track entrance ticket allowing for quicker access to this top attraction, and enjoy this seven-floor, immersive experience at leisure! Breeze past any wait lines and go straight inside to discover the story of Guinness, perhaps the world’s favorite Irish brand. Learn about its 1759 origins at the adjoining St James’s Gate brewery; discover how the iconic, black and creamy stout is brewed; and taste some variants. Then, finish with a free pint of Guinness at the seventh-floor Gravity Bar as you drink in spectacular views over Dublin!

Make your own way to the Guinness Storehouse, the seven-floor exhibition space at the St James’s Gate Brewery in central Dublin, where Guinness was first brewed in 1759. Enjoy a quicker entrance to one of Dublin's top attractions with this fast-track pass.

Your ticket lets you explore the Storehouse, which is modeled like a giant, seven-floor pint glass of Guinness, at your own pace. Start at the ground floor Atrium and work your way up to the 'head of the pint', the seventh-floor Gravity Bar, as quickly or slowly as you like.
In the Atrium, see the copy of the 9,000-year brewery lease signed by Guinness’ founder, Arthur Guinness, in 1759, and learn about the four ingredients of the iconic Irish stout: water, barley, hops and yeast.

On the First Floor, find out all about the Guinness brewing and barreling process through virtual exhibits, equipment displays and videos on the craft of the coopers — the original wooden barrel-makers. Then, over the next three floors, immerse yourself in the Guinness story through a host of interactive displays and multi-sensory experiences. Discover the key moments in Guinness’ history and advertising, and sample delicious Guinness variants with handy tips on your tasting technique!

On the Fifth Floor, enjoy some Guinness-inspired dishes (own expense) at The 1837 Bar and Brasserie and Arthur's Bar, and then, hit the glass-walled Gravity Bar. Enjoy a free pint of Guinness here while you drink in the 360-degree views over Dublin: it's the most spectacular bar in the Irish capital!

Before leaving, head for the Guinness Store to buy some Guinness-branded memorabilia — the perfect memento of your visit.

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Dublin Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and Entry to Over 30 Attractions

Dublin Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and Entry to Over 30 Attractions - Dublin, Ireland
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Location: Dublin, Ireland

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Enjoy free access to more than 25 top Dublin attractions for one great-value price with the Dublin Pass. Get complimentary entry to the famous Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo, Dalkey Castle and other visitor draws and landmarks, and enjoy convenient skip-the-line access to select attractions ... More info ›

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Enjoy free access to more than 25 top Dublin attractions for one great-value price with the Dublin Pass. Get complimentary entry to the famous Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo, Dalkey Castle and other visitor draws and landmarks, and enjoy convenient skip-the-line access to select attractions. Sightsee at your leisure with your free 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus tour. Catch generous discounts at select shops, restaurants and more. Choose from 1-, 2-, 3-, 4- 5- or 6-day validity and, armed with your pass, enjoy the freedom to create own itinerary, helped by your complimentary Dublin guidebook.

Select a 1-, 2-, 3-,4- 5- or 6-day Dublin Pass when you book. Then, download your pass and use directly from your mobile device!

Your pass is valid for your choice of consecutive calendar days and offers free access to more than 25 top Dublin visitor attractions, including skip-the-line entry to select landmarks, as well as host of other privileges and special offers. Among other benefits, enjoy free entry to the Guinness Storehouse, a temple to Ireland’s famous beer that features a seventh-floor bar with uninterrupted city views.

Plus, use your pass to explore Christ Church Cathedral, the oldest building in Dublin and a gem of Medieval architecture, tour Dalkey Castle, and much, much more.

Most featured attractions are within walking distance or easy access of the city center (see the Itinerary for a full list).
As well as free entry to a long list of attractions, your Dublin Pass also offers:

Skip-the-Line Entry: 
Simply show your Dublin Pass at the entrance to select attractions and enjoy skip-the-line access, bypassing the main lines to save you hassle and give you more time to explore inside!
Special Offers: 
Enjoy a host of money-saving offers and discounts at select Dublin shops, restaurants, theaters, entertainment venues, tours and more, including a free whiskey tasting and complimentary whiskey glass when you spend 50 Euro or more at Dublin's Celtic Whiskey Shop.

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3-Day Northern Ireland Small-Group Tour from Dublin

3-Day Northern Ireland Small-Group Tour from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 3 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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A 3 day exploration of the highlights of Northern Ireland including the iconic sites of The Giants Causeway, Belfast and the Titanic Quarter, one of the world’s great gardens at Mount Stewart, the brooding granite peaks of the Mourne Mountains and several of the dramatic locations used in the TV series “Game of Thrones”. For an in-depth insight into the wonderful scenery and history of this small country, this is the tour to choose.

Day 1 Departing Dublin at 09am you will travel north towards the border with Northern Ireland ... More info ›

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A 3 day exploration of the highlights of Northern Ireland including the iconic sites of The Giants Causeway, Belfast and the Titanic Quarter, one of the world’s great gardens at Mount Stewart, the brooding granite peaks of the Mourne Mountains and several of the dramatic locations used in the TV series “Game of Thrones”. For an in-depth insight into the wonderful scenery and history of this small country, this is the tour to choose.

Day 1 Departing Dublin at 09am you will travel north towards the border with Northern Ireland. From here it is a short journey into the city of Belfast famous for its industrial past and turbulent history. After a short tour of some of the key areas of the city you will arrive in the newly redeveloped Titanic Quarter where you will have time for lunch and perhaps a visit to the award-winning museum. Other options here include a visit to the SS Nomadic, the last surviving White Star Line steamship, the fascinating Titanic’s Dock and Pump-House or perhaps take a black cab tour of the city. Later in the afternoon you will leave the city and travel into the countryside of County Down for a visit to the world famous house and gardens at Mount Stewart before arriving in the seaside resort town of Bangor - your base for the next two nights.

Day 2 Today you will follow one of the world’s great driving routes – the Causeway Coastal route through the beautiful scenery of the Antrim Coast and Glens. The tour follows the coast road from Larne to the world famous Giants’ Causeway. Along the way you will makes stops in attractive historic villages such as Glenarm and Ballycastle as well as the scenic attractions such as the Cushendun Caves and the many viewpoints along this stunning coastline. In the afternoon you will have a chance to explore the incredible rock formations at the Giant’s Causeway. Several places along today’s route were used as filming location for the TV series “Game of Thrones” and the last stop of the day will be at the stunning “Dark Hedges” - make sure your camera still has some battery power left! From here you return to Bangor for another night.

Day 3 Another day full of contrasts and fascinating visits starting with a trip along the Ards Peninsula – a great favorite with holiday makers from all over Northern Ireland. At Portaferry we take a boat across the mouth of Strangford Lough to visit Castle Ward with its 18th century mansion, extensive gardens and grounds, estate walks and for “Game of Thrones” enthusiasts, the location of Winterfell and other scenes. From here it is a short drive to Downpatrick, site of the burial place of St Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint. You will have time for lunch here and perhaps a visit to Down Cathedral or the St Patricks centre. In the afternoon the tour continues along the coast, with the brooding granite peaks of the Mourne Mountains on one side and the Irish sea on the other. After a detour into the heart of the mountains, through an area of traditional farms with their fascinating field patterns and huge stone walls you will reach the coast again on the shores of Carlingford Lough for the final stop of the day. From here you return back across the border and travel south to Dublin arriving around 7pm

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4-Day Small-Group Irish Castles and Gardens Tour from Dublin

4-Day Small-Group Irish Castles and Gardens Tour from Dublin - Dublin, Ireland

Duration: 4 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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Join this 4-day discovery tour of Ireland's fabulous collection of country houses, beautiful gardens and historic castles. With a relaxed itinerary allowing plenty of time to enjoy all the fascinating sites, this is a tour for lovers of mystical ruins, exotic gardens and grand houses full of fine art and antiques ... More info ›

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Join this 4-day discovery tour of Ireland's fabulous collection of country houses, beautiful gardens and historic castles. With a relaxed itinerary allowing plenty of time to enjoy all the fascinating sites, this is a tour for lovers of mystical ruins, exotic gardens and grand houses full of fine art and antiques. This tour will lead you into the soft green landscapes of Central Ireland with tales from myth and legend through to much more recent history. Ireland has been inhabited for thousands of years and the people of this country have left a wonderful collection of historic buildings to be explored.

Day 1: Dublin - Killaloe/Ballina
You depart Dublin and travel west through the Midlands to Emo Court House, an 18th century neoclassical mansion set in stunning parkland and gardens. There’s time for a stroll in the grounds and refreshments in the excellent tea rooms.
Continuing west through the Slieve Bloom Mountains, you arrive at the unique Birr Castle. You can learn about the bygone age of scientific discovery at the Great Telescope, the largest in the world for over 70 years. The castle is a private residence but the substantial and beautiful grounds are open to the public, as are the excellent exhibitions. The tour continues south to the twin towns of Killaloe, Co Clare and Ballina, Co Tipperary - situated on the banks of the River Shannon - where you will spend your first night.

Day 2: Killaloe/Ballina - Carrick on Shannon
Begin the day travelling through the counties of Tipperary, Offaly and Roscommon, and experience the best of rural Ireland. You pass along the shores of Lough Derg and a scenic drive from here brings you to Clonmacnoise - an early Christian site in a beautiful setting on the banks of the River Shannon. You head through Athlone and then northwards alongside Lough Ree to the grandeur of Strokestown Park. This great mansion house sits in stunning grounds and hosts a fascinating museum about the great famine. From here, you drive a short distance to the bustling town of Carrick-on-Shannon, your home for the next two nights.

Day 3: Northern Ireland
A relaxed day exploring the Lakelands in County Leitrim awaits and County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland. You visit Florence Court, one the grandest 18th century country houses in Ireland and a former home of the Earls of Enniskillen. The lush parkland and majestic grounds are the perfect opportunity for photos. You stop at the nearby historic market town of Enniskillen, where you can view the impressive 600 year old castle atop the banks of the River Erne. Later we head back to Carrick-on-Shannon where the rest of the day is yours to explore this popular inland resort.

Day 4: Carrick on Shannon - Dublin
In the morning we head to the heritage town of Kells and the famous monastic site where the Book of Kells was created. This phenomenal ancient treasure exhibits the height of medieval design and craftsmanship. You have time to take a leisurely lunch amongst the historic sites of St Columba’s Church and the traditional High Crosses. After lunch, you travel through the flourishing countryside to Trim Castle, the setting for the movie “Braveheart”. Relive the scenes from the film as you explore the massive three storied keep, a structure so large that it took over 30 years to build.
Weather permitting; you head for the ancient Hill of Tara, the traditional seat of more than 140 Kings of Ireland. From this regal site, you head back to Dublin.

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3-Day Tour of Southern Ireland from Dublin

3-Day Tour of Southern Ireland from Dublin  - Dublin, Ireland
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Duration: 3 days
Location: Dublin, Ireland

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Short on time but want a massive fix of Irishness? This trip should do the trick! Be blown away by the dizzying heights of the Cliffs of Moher while fairies and leprechauns wait to be found in the lunar landscape of the Burren. Dangle upside down from the Blarney Castle in hope of getting the "gift of the gab" and experience a real Irish disco in the party town of Killarney ... More info ›

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Short on time but want a massive fix of Irishness? This trip should do the trick! Be blown away by the dizzying heights of the Cliffs of Moher while fairies and leprechauns wait to be found in the lunar landscape of the Burren. Dangle upside down from the Blarney Castle in hope of getting the "gift of the gab" and experience a real Irish disco in the party town of Killarney. Lose yourself on the Dingle Peninsula with its beaches and rugged coastline, then jig the night away in Ennis, renowned for its traditional music.

Day 1: Dublin to Killarney- Tour starts 8.30am. Leave the city and head south west into the lush green Irish countryside. Pass the River Liffey on the way to the imposing Rock of Cashel, once the seat of the Kings of Munster. Through the Golden Vale to Blarney Castle in the rebel county of Cork. Now’s your chance to give the stone a big juicy smacker to get the legendary ‘gift of the gab’. You will now realize your guide has kissed the stone many, many times. Tonight is in the party town of Killarney.

Day 2: Killarney to Ennis- Today it’s all about breathtaking scenery and adventure. Spend the day exploring the dramatic Dingle Peninsula and you will be taken to the edge of the ancient world. Stop at the stunning Coumeennole Beach then on through Tralee into County Clare. Spend the night in Ennis where the pubs are filled with locals playing traditional Irish music. (B)

Day 3: Ennis to Dublin- Today brave the heights and soak up the dramatic views at the Cliffs of Moher that tower high above the wild Atlantic Ocean. Afterwards, explore the weird and magical world of the Burren, Ireland’s lunar landscape and home to fairies and leprechauns! Visit Galway, Ireland’s cultural capital and festival city before returning to Dublin at approximately 5.30pm. (B)

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Killarney Super Saver: Dingle and Slea Head Day Trip plus Ring of Kerry and Killarney Lakes Day Trip

Killarney Super Saver: Dingle and Slea Head Day Trip plus Ring of Kerry and Killarney Lakes Day Trip - Killarney, Ireland
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Killarney, Ireland

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Make the most of your time in County Kerry with this Super Saver which combines two top day trips to Dingle and Slea Head, and the Ring of Kerry, Killarney Lakes and National Park. Visit The Dingle Peninsula, what National Geographic described as “the most beautiful place on earth”, bounded on three sides by the sea ... More info ›

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Make the most of your time in County Kerry with this Super Saver which combines two top day trips to Dingle and Slea Head, and the Ring of Kerry, Killarney Lakes and National Park. Visit The Dingle Peninsula, what National Geographic described as “the most beautiful place on earth”, bounded on three sides by the sea. Next day, experience Ireland's most popular scenic drive, the Ring of Kerry, which skirts the edge of the Iveragh Peninsula, passing along the way a panorama of rugged coastline, mountains and lakes.

Day 1:
The Dingle Peninsula is the most westerly point of land in Europe. Its offshore Blasket Islands are known as “the last parish before America”. The tour will pass through small towns like Milltown and Castlemaine before reaching our first stop at Inch Beach. This 3-mile long strand has provided shooting locations for several Hollywood films such as Ryan’s Daughter.

Travel onward to Dingle, a small harbour town with a population of about 1,900. Continuing the tour to the Slea Head Drive, you'll enjoy a scenic circle loop of 26 miles (41 km). During this loop, you will travel through Ventry, Dunquin and Ballyferriter. It is here on this west side of Dingle that the Irish language (Gaelic) is the first language and is spoken in a native way. As you round the head of the peninsula there are magnificent views of the Blasket Islands. This is the edge of Europe and history is everywhere - Iron Age forts, beehive huts, early-Christian churches, 19th-century cottages and picturesque stone houses set against a patchwork of fields.

Day 2:
The first town that is passed is Killorglin, home of the famous Puck Fair, in which local residents capture a wild goat and enthrone him in the town centre. Continuing on, the first stop will be at The Bog Village. This little cluster of thatched-roof cottages demonstrate what life was like in the early 1800s. The museum village (extra charge) has a blacksmith’s forge and house, turf cutter’s house, laborer’s cottage, thatcher’s dwelling and tradesman's house. There is also an old Irish pub where a morning coffee and scones may be enjoyed. After this stop you continue through the village of Glenbeigh with a sight of Rossbeigh Beach and a wonderful view of the hilly backs of the Iveragh.

Continue onward to Waterville, passing through Caherviveen, birthplace of Daniel O'Connell, one of the most important political figures in 19th century Ireland. You arrive in Waterville, which for years, was a favorite retreat of Charlie Chaplin. The tour continues through Derrynane, the former seat of the O’Connell clan and home to Daniel O’Connell.

The next village is Sneem, another pretty but untypical village laid out English-style around a village green beneath a semi-circle of low mountains. Here you will see lush, subtropical growth, evidence of the benign effect of The Gulf Stream. Leaving Sneem, we travel through very rugged landscape and arrive at Molls Gap, which has sweeping views of Macgillycuddy's Reeks and Ireland's highest mountain, Carrantuohill, standing at 3,414 ft.

Continuing from Molls Gap to Killarney, you will experience views over the broad valley of the Killarney Lakes. Queen Victoria and her ladies-in-waiting were so enthralled by this view that it was named in their honor: “Ladies View”. Heading onward to Killarney, the coach will pass through Killarney National Park and return at approximately 5pm.

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