The Guinness Storehouse has gone all out for the Christmas festivities and it sounds absolutely magical 8 months ago

The Guinness Storehouse has gone all out for the Christmas festivities and it sounds absolutely magical

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Did somebody say mulled Guinness?

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If you’re already counting down the days to the festive season, a visit to the extremely enchanting Guinness Storehouse might just become a new Christmas tradition for you and yours.

From 27 November 2021 to 2 January 2022, the Home of Guinness will be lighting up for five-weeks to make you feel like you’re on the set of your favourite Christmas movie.

Inspired by iconic Guinness ads from years gone by, the award-winning graphic designer Annie Atkins has created an immersive festive experience complete with a show-stopping 15-metre Christmas tree installation!

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The visionary behind the distinct visual design of Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, The French Dispatch and Steven Spielberg's Bridge of Spies, Aktins has curated a feast for the eyes that we’re ready to dive into.

And don’t miss the famous Guinness gates, which will be dressed up for the festive season, providing a picturesque backdrop for any holiday snaps!

The pièce de résistance is has got to be the 15-metre tree installation, all dressed up in black and gold decorations.

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Creating a visual installation above the iconic Guinness Gates on Crane Street to the Storehouse and serving festive food and winter warmers, as well as hosting a lineup of sensational musical performances, the Guinness Storehouse is the place to be this Christmas.

 

On launch day - Saturday 27 November - visitors will get to live out the scene of the much-loved Guinness Christmas ad as the Dublin music ensemble Glasshouse perform the iconic soundtrack. You might even whisper to yourself ‘don’t forget to turn the lights off!’ Chills.

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Running from 27 November - 2 January, the Guinness Storehouse is open daily from 10am. Visitors are recommended to book ahead as capacity remains limited. To book your visit, click HERE.

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