Guinness Storehouse sees 7% increase in visitors

Guinness Storehouse sees 7% increase in visitors

The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is reporting a 7% rise in visitor numbers during 2013.

Over 1.1 million people visited the Storehouse - including special guests like Tom Cruise, The Script, Kodaline and Bell X1.

93% of all visitors to the Guinness Storehouse in 2013 were from overseas with France, the United States and the UK representing the biggest growth markets compared to 2012.

August was the busiest month of 2013, with over 134,000 visitors.

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