Jameson Distillery Tickets

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Opening Hours

Monday, Thursday and Friday from 10am until 6pm, the last tour begins at 6pm. Wednesday and Sunday it is open from 10am until 5.30pm. The last tour begins at 5.30pm. On Saturdays it is open from 10am until 6.30pm with the last tour beginning at 6.30pm. There are some additional later tours during the summer, check the website for details of late opening https://www.jamesonwhiskey.com/en-EN/visit-us

This attraction is closed on Good Friday and from 24th -26th of December.

How to get there

Bus- Luas Red Line to the Smithfield stop followed by a 2 minute walk to the distillery on Bow Street. Hop-on hop-off buses also use a stop on Smithfield. Other bus routes including 25, 25A, 25B, 66, 66A, 67, 67A, 68, 69, 79 and 90 all use stops within a 3 minute walk of the distillery.

Street tram- the nearest stops of Heuston or Connolly are a five minute walk to the distillery.

Car parking- the nearest car park is located on Queen Street which is just a 2 minute walk to the distillery entrance.

Walk- it is just a 10 minute walk from the Guinness Storehouse and a 5 minute walk from Collins Barracks.


What does the tour include?
During the tour you will get to see the process of making Jameson Whiskey in addition to viewing the equipment and machinery used in this process. You will also get to touch, smell and of course, taste the whiskey that is produced in the original building in Bow Street.
How do I buy a ticket?
When you go to the website online you will be able to view the tickets and the tours available for the day you have selected. When you click, buy now, you will be able to read a description of the ticket. If you wish to proceed just select the quantity and add this to your cart. You can also buy tickets on the day of your visit, but these are subject to availability.
What payment methods can I use to complete my purchase?
All major credit cards are accepted including Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
How much does the tour cost?
The Bow Street Experience Tour costs from €17. There are several tours available, details and prices can be found at https://www.jamesonwhiskey.com/en-EN/visit-us/jameson-distillery-bow-st
When is the tour at its busiest?
Tours are conducted with a guide and you are escorted around the premises throughout the tour. Lots of tours sell out in advance so if you arrive without a ticket it is best to arrive early in the day. The peak times for the distillery tour are on Thursday through to Sunday from 1pm until 5pm.
Are kids allowed on Jameson Distillery Bow St. experiences?
Any children below the age of 18 is welcome to take the Bow Street Experience Tour, on this they can learn about the story of Jameson Whiskey and the processes involved in the distilling process. However, they will have to return when they are 18 to enjoy the taste of this product. Those aged younger than 18 are not permitted on the tours Whiskey Makers or Shakers experience. Again, they are welcome to return once they have reached the age of 18.
How can I book my visit to Jameson Distillery Midleton, Co. Cork?
Everything you need to know about the Jameson Distillery located in Midleton, County Cork is available here https://www.jamesonwhiskey.com/en-EN/visit-us/jameson-distillery-midleton

Must Know

Whiskey Cocktail Making Class
This experience is part of the Whiskey Shakers Masterclass and costs €50 per person. The class is taught by one of the Jameson Irish Whiskey award winning mixologists. This masterclass includes a 60 minute class where you will learn how to make a whiskey cocktail. You will during the class make and taste 3 Jameson cocktails. There is a two person minimum to this class and if only one person is booked then your booking may be changed to another date.
Whiskey Blending Class
This class is part of the Whiskey Makers Masterclass and costs €60 per person. The class is a 90 minute experience where you will learn how to blend whiskey using an in-depth exploration using the senses to successfully blend the Jameson blends, Distiller’s Safe, Cooper’s Croze and Blender’s Dog. By the end of the class you will have blended your own whiskey which you can then take home with you. The class includes a visit to the Maturation Warehouse where you are invited to sample some whiskey direct from the cask. This class is restricted to a maximum of 16 people at any one time.
Whiskey Tasting Experience
The whiskey tasting premium experience is available at a cost of €30. This is a 40 minute tasting that features an in-depth look at some of the favourite whiskeys that have been produced at the Bow Street distillery. This tasting experience takes place in the comfort and secrecy of John Jameson’s office, this unique room can only be visited during the whiskey tasting experience. This tasting does not include a guided tour, although that can be booked as a package.
Maturation House Cask Draw
Jameson’s has Dublin’s only live maturation warehouse and this tour involves a 20 minute visit into the Jameson Maturation Warehouse where you will take part in a live drawing and tasting of Jameson Whiskey from a cask. This experience is available 7 days a week and costs €20.
Experience Bundle
The cost of this combined tour is €47, and enables those taking the Secret Whiskey Tasting experience to combine that with a tour of the distillery.

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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
This museum tells the story of Irish emigrants that have made the journey to other destinations around the world. Here you will discover what it means to be Irish and learn some stories of Irish emigrants including scientists, politicians, poets and even some on the wrong side of the law. The modern museum is located in Dublin’s docklands. There are 20 themed exhibits including interactive displays.
Malahide Castle
This magnificent 12th century castle is rich in Irish history, located along the coast north of Dublin and close to Malahide, a picturesque little seaside village. The castle is furnished with period furniture and houses an impressive collection of Irish portraits. A guided tour takes you through the rooms as you learn about the history of this castle. A walk around the Walled Gardens is worth your time as well.