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Trinity College

Trinity College

4.5/5264 Reviews
School
Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
Halfpenny Bridge

Halfpenny Bridge

4.3/578 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
In 1816, in order to connect Dublin's north and south urban areas, the Irish specially built a beautifully designed light bridge on the Li River, which was only for pedestrians. After the completion of the bridge, the pedestrian crossing notice must pay half a penny, so there is a title of "half pence bridge". When night falls, the half-penny bridge will light up the yellow light, as if a golden curved bow lies on the quiet Li River, which is unique.
The Custom House

The Custom House

4.5/524 Reviews
Historical Architecture
March 15 - October: Monday - Friday 10:00-12:30, Saturday, Sunday and bank leave 14:00-17:00, November - March 14th: Wednesday - Friday 10:00-12:30, Sunday 14:00-17:00. (Local time)
This broad, 18th century neoclassical building overlooks the quays along the northbank of River Liffey. Though it was not a famous building when it was built in the 1780s, it was thought to be excessively large and costly and in the wrong location, it is now considered a jewel of a landmark construct. Today, most of it is not available to the public, but a piece of it displays the history of the building and its interesting, stubborn architect, James Gandon.
Samuel Beckett Bridge

Samuel Beckett Bridge

4.7/510 Reviews
Bridge
The O'Connell Monument

The O'Connell Monument

4.3/524 Reviews
Monument
O'Connell Bridge

O'Connell Bridge

4.3/56 Reviews
Bridge
The Iveagh Gardens

The Iveagh Gardens

4.6/56 Reviews
Garden
This park is not very well known even to Dubliners, but those who discover it are invariably delighted. The 30-acre plot located just behind the National Concert Hall, was laid out in the year 1863 by Benjamin Guinness. It contains manicured gardens and wilderness areas, archery grounds, a maze, rockeries and roosteries.
Millennium Bridge

Millennium Bridge

4.5/54 Reviews
Bridge
The Famine Sculpture

The Famine Sculpture

3.8/514 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Molly Malone Statue Dublin

Molly Malone Statue Dublin

4.5/515 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
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