An exciting new chapter for Irish Whiskey

Located in an 18th century Mill House on the Powerscourt Estate, the Powerscourt Distillery is set against a backdrop of the breathtakingly beautiful Wicklow hills and Great Sugarloaf Mountain. With a history that traces back to the 9th century, the estate formed part of the strategically important and ancient lands once known as Fercullen.

The Powerscourt Distillery draws from an underground lake of the purest Wicklow water. It enjoys proximity to rich local farming lands and a temperate coastline climate that sets the perfect stage for distilling and maturing Irish whiskey. The Powerscourt Distillery has six tasting rooms and on-site maturation warehouse. Enjoy whiskey from award-winning Master Distiller, Noel Sweeney, who was inducted into Whisky Magazine’s ‘Hall of Fame’ .

Having only opened in May 2019 Powerscourt Distillery and Visitor Centre has already been awarded 4th plan in the recent Gold Star Awards for Best Irish Drinks Tourism Destination.

  • Located on the beautiful Powerscourt Estate
  • Six tasting rooms
  • Maturation warehouse
  • Gift shop where you can purchase Fercullen Irish whiskeys and bespoke souvenirs
Open Year Round

Opening Times

Please see website for opening times and book a tou.


Admission Rates Apply 

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Useful Information

Check out their range of facilities, services, accessibility, and other useful information.

PARKING: Free Car and Coach parking on site.

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY: Powerscourt Distillery is fully wheelchair accessible.

Getting There

20 km from Dublin City on the Powerscourt Estate.

Bus: 44 & 185 from Dublin to Enniskerry village. 25 min walk to the estate.

Map Location: 53.184251, -6.186633
Contact The Powerscourt Distillery

Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

Eircode: A98 A9T7
T: +353 (0)1 506 5656
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