It’s the ‘Height of Summer’ at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin

THE Guinness Storehouse has been transformed into a lush botanic oasis, culminating in Ireland’s highest garden in the renowned Gravity Bar overlooking Dublin City Ireland.

On every one of the seven-floor building at the ‘Home of Guinness’ there are ongoing live music performances, art exhibitions and much more, surrounded by living garden walls and curated planter installations while the Gravity Bar has been transformed into the ‘Height of Summer’ experience.

The Guinness Storehouse Managing Director Catherine Toolan has been welcoming visitors from nearby and from abroad to the new Guinness green space since opening the exhibition last July: “Each floor will look spectacular as the Guinness Storehouse is transformed into the newest Guinness green space,” said Catherine Toolan. “We also have live entertainment and of course, great pints of Guinness so when looking for something to do this summer in Dublin look no further than the Guinness Storehouse.”

Tickets to the ‘Height of Summer’ may be purchased online at and include access to an exciting line-up of DJs, afternoons in the Gravity Garden from 3pm Monday to Thursday and from 1pm Friday to Sunday.

The Hang Tough Contemporary Gallery is showcasing art as part of the summer experience at the Guinness Storehouse while local artists include Grace Enemaku and Fuchsia MacAree.


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Image credits: Guinness Storehouse, Visit Dublin