Kids go free: Two children under the age of 5 ride free of charge with an adult.
Discover Dublin at your own pace and gain fast track access to Guinness Storehouse, home to the world’s most famous stout.
BIG BUS DUBLIN HOP-ON, HOP-OFF TOUR
Enjoy seamless, stress-free transportation between the top Dublin attractions for a day with a flexible Big Bus Dublin hop-on, hop-off tour. Hop on and off as you wish, getting up close with all the major attractions in the city. With strategic routes and stops, travelling around Dublin for a dose of sightseeing is a breeze with this hop-on, hop-off bus taking away all your transportation woes. And, when you’re shuttling from one exciting location to another, enjoy live commentary from your guide or use the audio guide offered in multiple languages.
The major attractions covered by the hop-on, hop-off tour are:
…. And more!
SKIP-THE-LINE GUINNESS STOREHOUSE TICKET
Enjoy fast track entry to Dublin’s top attraction, Guinness Storehouse and embark on a self-guided tour of the home to the world’s most famous stout. Learn the history and brewing process of Guinness and what makes it unique. Explore interactive exhibits across seven storeys, and finally get the opportunity to perfectly pull your own pint of Guinness in the Gravity Bar.
About the Supplier: One of the largest operators of open-top sightseeing bus tours, Big Bus Tours have been fuelling the spirit of adventure in over 20 cities across four continents.
Voucher Type: Mobile (if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Validity: 12 months from the date chosen at the time of booking
Wheelchair accessibility: Yes
Dublin is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
Entrance to Guinness Storehouse is free for visitors 13 and under (must be accompanied by a ticketed adult).
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