The Millennium Bridge is a pedestrian bridge over the Liffey River. The bridge is neither long nor wide, because the Liffey River itself is not very wide. It looks like a small river. The Millennium Bridge is very close to the Halfpenny Bridge, but the design is very general.
This bridge was also built at the dawn of the millennium, connecting the entire Dublin Mother River
It is not one of the prettiest bridges that span the River Liffey, but it is a perfect spot to take photos of the Ha Penny Bridge right next to it and also to watch the sunset from here. After watching the sunset you can cross to the bar area to have a drink, it is less than 50 meters away.
Opaqued by its neighbor Ha'Penny Bridge, this is a pedestrian bridge built at the beginning of this millennium as in so many other places. Very useful for those who want to quickly cross the River Liffey through it without running into many tourists and a good point from which to take good pictures of both the most famous bridge, such as Grattan bridge, and Temple Bar.