Irish Whiskey Museum
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Irish Whiskey Museum

Ireland’s heritage for making whiskey is well-known throughout the world, and as its popularity and prestige keeps growing, so does the quality of the whiskey attractions in Dublin. Enter, The Irish Whiskey Museum. Located in the heart of Dublin City, overlooking Trinity College, The Irish Whiskey Museum has quickly become one of the best things to do in Dublin City.

Offering an unbiased history of Irish whiskey, the museum’s entertaining guides bring you on a journey from the origins of Irish whiskey, its rise to glory and world-wide prominence, and its dramatic fall.

At the Irish Whiskey Museum, you will uncover some new Irish whiskey brands while your entertaining guide brings you through the ages of Irish whiskey. At the end of the tour you will become a true master of whiskey tasting over a little tipple of Irish whiskey Taste whiskey from at least 3 distilleries.

Choose the Perfect Whiskey Tour

Choose between a Classic or Premium Tour where you will be brought on a 45 minute history tour taking you through the eras of the Irish Whiskey Industry and a 15
minute tutored tasting of three Irish Whiskeys from different distilleries.

Where is the Irish Whiskey Museum?

Irish Whiskey Museum, 119 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland, D02 E620. Other attractions closeby include the National Gallery of Ireland, the Little Museum of Dublin, and Trinity College / Book of Kells

Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

The Irish Whiskey Museum is easily accessible by taking the city's hop-on hop-off tours. The DoDublin Tour, City Sightseeing Tour and the Big Bus Hop On Hop Off Tour have a designated stop for the Irish Whiskey Museum at College Green.


From Trinity College, the Irish Whiksey Museum can be seen at its central location on College Green. If you're in Temple Bar, just make your way to College Green and the Museum is there - just a few minutes walk from Temple Bar.

Dublin Bus

Almost all Dublin Bus routes will pass close to the Irish Whiskey Museum. Plan your journey on the Dublin Bus website.


Cycling is a quick and easy way to get around the city. The closest Dublin Bike stations to the Irish Whiskey Museum are located at Townsend St. Dame St, and Exchequer St.


There is a Luas stop at Trinity, only 200m from the Museum.



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