Guinness Storehouse opens Ireland’s Highest Garden

Scorching temperatures are on the way for Ireland this weekend. So, Dubin’s Guinness Storehouse has transformed its iconic Gravity Bar into Ireland’s Highest Garden.

The entire attraction has had a major makeover for the season. It features an exciting seven-floor experience called ‘The Height of Summer’.

Visitors will not only have the chance to enjoy a pint of the black stuff with panoramic views of Ireland’s capital city. Rather, Ireland’s Highest Garden features live music performances, art exhibitions, and more!

An exciting summer experience – drinks with a view of the city

Guinness Storehouse to open Ireland's highest garden.
Credit: Facebook / @guinnessstorehouse

The Guinness Storehouse worked alongside Mark Grehan of The Garden, a creative floral design studio on South William Street, to bring the outdoors to the sky.

All seven floors of the iconic Guinness Storehouse have got a signature Mark Grehan makeover, creating a colourful summer feel throughout.

With greenery hanging from the ceiling and works from Hang Tough Gallery on display, there are plenty of opportunities to capture the perfect Instagram shot at the Guinness Storehouse before reaching Ireland’s Highest Garden.

Guinness Storehouse opens Ireland’s Highest Garden – an absolute must this summer

Ireland’s Highest Garden is set to be the highlight of the entire experience.
Credit: Facebook / The Garden

Ireland’s Highest Garden is set to be the highlight of the entire experience. Guests can enjoy a refreshing pint, enjoy panoramic views, and chill out to live DJ sets that will take place seven nights a week.

Speaking about the partnership, Mark Grehan said, “Collaborating with the Guinness Storehouse has been fantastic. It’s been great fun imagining the transformation of the space and bringing this to life.

“As someone who is fond of Guinness, it has been great to collaborate with the brand. It has a rich history and culture in the creation of green spaces within Dublin that I’ve enjoyed and watched evolve and grow over the years.”

Soaking up the summer vibes – experience summer in the city

Ireland’s Highest Garden at the Guinness Storehouse is set to prove popular among those visiting in the coming months.
Credit: Tourism Ireland

Dublin is magical at any time of the year. However, the city truly comes to live in the summer. So, Ireland’s Highest Garden at the Guinness Storehouse is set to prove popular among those visiting in the coming months.

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As a centre of history and culture in Dublin, the Guinness Storehouse is an absolute must-visit during any trip to Dublin.

Are you planning a trip to the city and want to check out Ireland’s Highest Garden? If so, here is everything you need to know before visiting.

The Guinness Storehouse opens to visitors at 10 am daily. Tickets to visit the Garden cost €26 per person and can be purchased here.

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