Thirteen things to keep in mind when Visiting  jameson distillery

Duration required

There are five different tours, ranging from 20 to 90 minutes. However, the most popular tour lasts 40 minutes. Most visitors spend anywhere from 90 minutes to two hours at Jameson Distillery.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit is between 10 am and 3 pm from Monday to Saturday. On Sunday, visit after 12.30 pm as liquors can’t be served before due to Ireland’s alcohol regulations.

Bring a valid ID

Visitors to the Jameson Distillery in Dublin must present a valid form of identification to participate in whiskey tastings. Remember to bring one to avoid disappointment.

Arrive early

Arrive at least 15 min early to avoid the crowds and ensure you have enough time to explore the distillery and its surroundings before the tour begins.

Wear comfortable shoes

The tour at Jameson Distillery involves walking and standing for a while. So wear comfortable shoes for a better experience.


While learning about the history and production process of Jameson whiskey, remember to take a camera or smartphone with you to capture the experience.

Book in advance

Whiskey-tasting tours start every 15 minutes, and if you have already bought the tickets online, you can join the tour immediately. Besides, online tickets are cheaper, and you can avoid crowds.

Distillery’s bar

You don’t need entry tickets to visit the Jameson Distillery’s bar on Bow Street; walk in and order your drinks. However, to be part of the Jameson Distillery experience tour, you must buy tickets.

Guided Bow St. 

During this fully guided and immersive 40-minute tour, visitors learn Jameson Whiskey’s story and process and then indulge in a comparative whiskey tasting.

Guinness & Jameson

The guided tour starts at 1.45 pm, and in four hours, you will experience two of the city’s top attractions – Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery.

The Luxury Tour

In this four hours tour, a local guide will take you to four different Irish whiskey experiences in a luxury executive coach with commentary on board from a whiskey expert.