One of the biggest tourist attractions in the country is getting bigger.
The Guinness Storehouse at St James' Gate in The Liberties has announced a €16 expansion plan.
It involves the Gravity Bar doubling in size. The bar sits at the top of the brewery building with 360 views of the city.
The creation of the new space will allow the bar to hold 500 people.
MD Paul Carty says an adjacent three storey building will also be redeveloped to "provide additional space for the Guinness Archives one of the world’s most remarkable archives, chronicling the history of Guinness over a long 257 years, along with retail storage and employee hub."
Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth visit the Gravity Bar during their 2011 state visit
Head of Failte Ireland, Paul Kelly, is welcoming the move saying it's a great boost for Dublin tourism.
"Compelling visitor experiences are central to attracting tourists to our shores and, to stay competitive and grow visitor numbers, it is imperative that we continuously improve our country’s suite of visitor attractions."
The storehouse has had almost 17 million visitors (including Queen Elizabeth) since it opened back in 2000.