Irish Whiskey Museum

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Location and contact details

Location" Location: 119 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Visitor Visit Type: Vistor Centre
Telephone" Telephone: +353 1 5250970
Email" Email: info@irishwhiskeymuseum.ie
Web" Web: https://www.irishwhiskeymuseum.ie
Twitter" Twitter: Irish Whiskey Museum (@IWMDUBLIN)

Facts and figures

LocationDublin
Founded2014

Opening Hours

Open Monday to Sunday all year round (except Christmas Day)

Summer
10:00hrs – 18:00hrs

Winter
10:30hrs – 18:00hrs

Tours

Whiskey Museum - Classic Tour

€18

What’s Included: A fully guided tour + 3 perfectly crafted Irish whiskey tastings

Prices: Adult €18 | Senior €16 | Student €16 | Child €9 | Family (2 adults & 2 children) €45 | Group (+10) €15pp

Opening Hours:
10.00hrs (first tour 10:30hrs) to 18:00hrs (last Classic tour 17:30hrs)

Whiskey Museum - Premium Tour

€22

What’s Included: A fully guided tour + 3 perfectly crafted Irish whiskey tastings. Enjoy a fourth beautifully aged Irish whiskey and bring home a unique souvenir to remember us by

Prices: Adult €22 | Senior €20 | Student €20 | Family (2 adults & 2 children) €53 | Group (+10) €19pp

Opening Hours:
10.00hrs (first tour 10:30hrs) to 18:00hrs(last Premium tour 17:30hrs)

Whiskey Blending Experience

€28

What’s Included: An extended 1hr 15 minute experience. A fully guided tour followed by a tasting of 4 Irish whiskeys before you blend your own miniature (30ml) personalised bottle of whiskey to take home.

Prices: Adult €28 | Senior €28 | Student €28 | Group (+10) €26pp

Tour Times:
16:00 and 18:00 daily

Reviews

Whiskey Museum - Premium Tour (11:30 on 11/09/2018)

I arrived there was a coach of French tourists arriving and I feared I might end of as part of a large tour, but they went separately and I was on a tour of seven people.

The guide, Cora, was knowledgable and good a good line in patter ()actually quite common for the guides in most distilleries and visitor centres in Ireland, and ran through the history of the rise, fall and rebirth of Irish whiskey. On the tour we started with a video and then moved through different rooms as the different parts of the history was covered. Rooms were set up with displays including wax work figures for each period of history being covered.

I did the Premium Tour and tasted four whiskies; Tullamore Dew, The Irishman, Powers (can't remember which one, but probably the Gold) and Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey. All were good whiskies.

Information correct as of 05/10/2018
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