Irish Distilleries and Whiskey Museums
This section covers the distilleries and visitor centres in the Republic of Ireland which are open to the public.
The Old Jameson Distillery in Dublin, the Jameson Experience in Midleton and the Tullamore D..E.W. Visitor Centre are former working distilleries, now open to the public as excellent visitor centres. The Kilbeggan Distillery ceased distilling in 1953, but is now fully operational again with mashing, fermenting, distilling and maturing on site. Dingle Distillery is also a fully operational whiskey distillery and offers daily tours (pre-booking required)
These distilleries also offer guests the opportunity to pre-book whiskey tastings for groups or individuals, so do contact them directly by email or phone before your tour if you would like to include a full Tasting as part of your tour.
Please refer to each distillery's web page for full information on the tours they offer.
Please always consume alcohol in moderation and remember that it is a serious offence in Ireland to drink and drive.
Please use the arrows to enlarge or navigate around the Google map. You may link to each distillery or museum either by clicking on the map icons or from the navigational menu on your left.