- All Year Round, Daily.
Opening Hours / Tour Frequency:
- Summer (10:00-18:00): First tour is at 10:30, then every 30 minutes until 17:30 (last tour).
- Winter (10:30-18:00): First tour is at 11:00, then every 30 minutes until 17:30 (last tour).
- 1 hour (including tasting).
Irish Whiskey Museum Address:
- 119 Grafton Street/37 College Green, Dublin 2.
- Child tickets aged 5-15 years.
- Seniors aged 60+ years.
- Student require valid higher education ID.
- Family tickets include 2 adults and 2 children.
Children aged 4 years and under enter free.
About The Irish Whiskey Museum:
The Irish Whiskey Museum is a modern visitor attraction is located right in the heart of Dublin on the Golden Mile next to Trinity College. It chronicles the story of Irish whiskey, looking at everything from its fortunes and flavour to its production and modern international recognition.
A range of enjoyable, interactive exhibits are spread out across five unique rooms, and include such things as an exclusive collection of Irish whiskey memorabilia dating back to the 19th century. In addition to the fantastic guided tour visitors will get to join in a complimentary whiskey tasting session.
Irish Whiskey Museum Tours:
Classic Tour | What's Included:
- 1 Hour Guided Tour.
- 3 Irish Whiskey Tastings.
Premium Tour | What's Included:
- 1 Hour Guided Tour.
- 3 Irish Whiskey Tastings + 1 Extra 10 Year Minimum Matured Whiskey.
- Complimentary Irish Whiskey Museum Souvenir To Take Home.
Whiskey Blending Experience | What's Included:
- An extended 1.5 hour guided tour.
- 4 Irish Whiskey Tastings.
- Blend your own Irish Whiskey in a personalised bottle to take home.
What's Included In An Irish Whiskey Tour?
The entire Irish whiskey experience is spread out across five rooms and two floors. Your guide will start the tour by taking the group up to the second floor where the first three chapters of the story unfold: 'The Origin of Irish Whiskey', 'The Olden Times of Irish Whiskey', and 'The Boom Times of Irish Whiskey'.
Ascending to the third floor you'll hear about the subsequent 'Decline of Irish Whiskey' before moving into modern times and the current 'Renaissance of Irish Whiskey'. The guided tour finishes off with a visit to the tasting room, where a master taster will share their knowledge with the group.
The descent back to the first floor is done in a spectacular glass lift to optimise viewing of the building's Edwardian architecture. Back on ground level you're welcome to take advantage of the contemporary whiskey bar and do some souvenir shopping in the retail section.