Guinness Storehouse plans €16 million expansion

The plan will see the 360-degree Gravity Bar double in size

13th July, 2017
Paul Carty, Guinness Storehouse managing director and Joe Higgins, deputy general manager at today's announcement

The plans include the creation of a new 360-degree space, which will link directly to the original Gravity Bar forming a panoramic space, which can hold up to 500 people at any one time, double the current capacity.

Construction is expected to begin in 2018, subject to planning permission, with the expanded facility open to visitors by 2019.

"The Guinness Storehouse has become part of Dublin," Paul Carty, managing director of the Guinness Storehouse said. "It is the...

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