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, 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.

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The Open Gate Brewery is more than just a brewery – it’s more of a Willy Wonka style laboratory to make the most delicious beer. Make sure to ask for a tasting tray, so you can guzzle as many flavours as possi

The Open Gate Brewery is more than just a brewery – it’s more of a Willy Wonka style laboratory to make the most delicious beer. Make sure to ask for a tasting tray, so you can guzzle as many flavours as possi

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Sights to see in Dublin, #Ireland, beyond the Guinness factory I WILL GO BACK SOMEDAY I HOPE

Sights to see in Dublin, #Ireland, beyond the Guinness factory I WILL GO BACK SOMEDAY I HOPE

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The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin. Despite being devoted to beer, this museum is surprisingly fun for kids with gigantic old-fashioned brewing equipment to try out, vats of barley to touch and taste, and an indoor waterfall!

The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin. Despite being devoted to beer, this museum is surprisingly fun for kids with gigantic old-fashioned brewing equipment to try out, vats of barley to touch and taste, and an indoor waterfall!

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No one will fault you for taking the more traditional tourist route to sightseeing in Dublin, but when you’re done exploring St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Kilmainham Gaol Museum, and the Guinness Storehouse, take a journey to see the city's quirkier, less visited attractions. Care to see Napoleon's toothbrush or stroll through a car park to uncover the coolest street art? Follow our lead and visit these eight hidden gems in Dublin for a unique and unforgettable experience

No one will fault you for taking the more traditional tourist route to sightseeing in Dublin, but when you’re done exploring St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Kilmainham Gaol Museum, and the Guinness Storehouse, take a journey to see the city's quirkier, less visited attractions. Care to see Napoleon's toothbrush or stroll through a car park to uncover the coolest street art? Follow our lead and visit these eight hidden gems in Dublin for a unique and unforgettable experience

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