Winterfest is on now at the Home of Guinness till January 3rd and sees the Guinness Storehouse transformed into an immersive festive spectacular!
Under the creative direction of Dublin-based designer Annie Atkins, the graphic designer behind visually films including Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies, Winterfest 2021 happens across all seven floors of the Guinness Storehouse.
The showstopping pièce de résistance is a 15-metre modular tree installation in the Guinness Storehouse atrium comprising multiple Christmas trees embellished with beautiful graphics designed by Annie and Guinness-inspired black and gold decorations.
The famous Guinness gates have also been adorned with snowy wreaths for a picture-perfect backdrop for all Winterfest visitors.
Throughout Winterfest there is also a line-up of live musical performances from the likes of DJ Aonair, A&S Productions, D. Cullen & Sinead McConville, DJ Pique, R3D (DJ), The Fundamentals, The Main Event, Pio Hartnett, Ian Blake, DJ Dilly (aka Wastefellow) and The Tiny Quartet.
And while all tickets to the Guinness Storehouse include a pint of the Black Stuff, they will also be serving up some festive food specials throughout Winterfest including a traditional Christmas feast with all the trimmings at 1837 Bar and Brasserie, a festive mulled Guinness and a Plum Pudding Porter brew!
Housed at St. James’s Gate in the heart of Dublin’s Liberties, the Guinness Storehouse was built through a €42 million redevelopment of a 113-year-old former Guinness fermentation plant.
Winterfest at the Guinness Storehouse runs till Sunday, 2nd January 2022, open daily from 10am. To book your visit, click https://www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/winter-fest
In line with government advice, the Guinness Storehouse have temporarily revised their operating hours and will now close at 8pm, with last bookings admitted at 6pm.
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