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Take a journey back through time at the Irish Whiskey Museum

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Summer (May-September): 10.00 – 18:00
(first tour 10:00 and last tour 18:00)

Winter (October – April): 10:30 – 18:00
(first tour 10:30 and last tour 18:00)

McDonnell’s Bar:
10:30 – 19:30 Monday to Friday
10:30 – 21:30 Sunday & Saturday

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Perfect for Parties & Corporate Events

Our venue is the perfect destination for parties and group visits, offering a unique blend of history, entertainment, and exceptional spirits. Immerse your guests in an interactive journey through Ireland’s whiskey heritage, with guided tours and tastings that cater to all levels of enthusiasts. Whether it is a milestone birthday, a corporate gathering, or a special occasion, our dedicated team ensures a seamless experience tailored to your group’s preferences.

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Visiting Options for Mobility, Visual and Hearing Impaired Visitors to Irish Whiskey Museum

Is the building wheelchair accessible?

Yes – we have a lift that can bring guests up and down the building. As we are in a very old building the stairs are narrow and windy, therefore feel free to use the lift at anytime.

Is there anywhere to park at the museum?

Unfortunately we do not have a car park, however Trinity street, Fleet street and Brown Thomas car parks are located within a five minute walk

What public transport goes to the Irish Whiskey Museum?

Any buses or trams stopping at College Green, Dame street, Nassau street, D’Olier street or Westmoreland street are within a five minute walk of the museum. Tara street dart station is also located less than a ten minute walk away.

Getting Here

Directions & Parking

119 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland, D02 E620

Public Transport

By Bus: Any bus routes servicing Dame Street, College Green, Westmoreland Street, D’Olier Street or Nassau Street are all less than a five minute walk.
By Train: The closest train station is Tara Street
By Luas: The Green line Luas stops at Trinity and Westmoreland Street.

Excellent Reviews

What our Happy Visitors Say

Donal was a great guide. Very knowledgeable of United States history and loved people from Ohio. Also knew a lot about Irish Whiskey.

brian n

Thank you andrew for a great irish whiskey tour we had an amazing time and im usually not a bog fan of whiskey but this tasted really good

Maríanna M

Very nice experience in Dublin! Must to do! Our guide Donal made it even better, good job!!!!

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