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Irish Whiskey Museum

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119 Grafton Street, Dublin,
T: +353(0)15250970

The Irish Whiskey Museum, based in the heart of Dublin City in a historic building on Grafton Street, tells the complete and unbiased history of Irish whiskey and its importance in Ireland’s turbulent past.

Listen, learn and laugh during guided tours of the Museum, where each of the four different rooms is themed to represent a different period in Irish history. Finish the tour by becoming a true whiskey connoisseur with an interactive tasting of three or four different Irish whiskeys. Other experiences, such as the Whiskey Blending Experience and the Whiskey and Brunch experience are also available.

The Irish Whiskey Museum is independent of all whiskey distilleries, offering its visitors the opportunity to taste and experience a huge selection of Irish Whiskey. Whether it’s single grain, malt, pot still or a blended whiskey, the museum’s whiskey experts will always be able to help you find the perfect whiskey to suit your palate.

Since opening in 2014, the Irish Whiskey Museum is quickly becoming one of Dublin’s most sought after tourist attractions, thanks to its interactive tours, dedicated whiskey retail store and in house whiskey bar, with views overlooking the infamous Trinity College. Tours take place from 10:00 to 18:00 everyday, while visitors can experience a variety of live traditional music, storytelling and events every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening until 22:30.

First tour begins at 10:00 and last tour begins at 18:00. Private tours also available after 18:00.