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O'Connell Street, Ennis, Ireland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The statue of Daniel O'Connell dominates the tpown centre. Worth a look. All other parts of town are easily found from here.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Jane C
Reviewed 18 November 2018

This is the easiest thing to find in town. it is located dead center and will help you find your way around while in town

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank 246wades
Reviewed 23 October 2018

Every time we walked by the monumet there was a grouping of teenagers just hanging out. Not much of a tourist area.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Bill C
Reviewed 1 August 2018

Great place to meet up with a group. Popular spot for teens in the evening - probably because they can't get into the pubs.

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank ElaineF2284
Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

Because of its position at the head of Abbey Rd/O’Connell street, this monument provides the tourist a frame of reference whether you are looking for the Old/Ground Hotel with its Poet’s Corner Pub, the Cathedral, County Clare Library, the Local Culture Centre, the Friary, Brogan’s...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Maureen B
Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

An interesting plinth in the middle of the Town, with a small statue on top. Good for use as a point of reference when walking around...

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank PeterOhA
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

This monument was erected 1867 and is of Daniel O'Connell. His hand is raised facing up O'Connell Street. It is surrounded by steps and the statue itself stands on a drum decorated with a scroll of shamrocks. Set on the site of former courthouse, demolished...More

Date of experience: October 2017
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Reviewed 20 October 2017 via mobile

It is a tall landmark in the corner of an intersection in the lovely town center. Shops, banks, delicious restaurants and lively pubs are around the area. Very lively part of town. Tourist information is posted near by. During the day, from the steps of...More

Date of experience: October 2017
2  Thank torana12 .
Reviewed 15 September 2017

Erected in the 1860s on the site of the former Court House (traces of which can be seen on the wall to the left) the Monument is the true centre of Ennis. Long the location of rallies and gatherings what stories it could tell if...More

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Oilibhear
Reviewed 25 August 2017

This is thee central landmark in Ennis and if you are from afar...then worth while looking up the history.

Date of experience: August 2017
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