Literally in front of the Arlington. Just to walk across after reading it's history was fun - another MUST while in Dublin.
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This seemed to be the bridge we crossed for everything off the tram. It was a great, "Oh, I know where we are.." tool for us to get our directions straight.
Step back in time. See what it was like for earlier Irish, maybe even your own mammy! Pretty, located in a fun spot in Dublin, great for photos, even in bad weather. Free!
No longer a fee required to cross this is the key pedestrian cross-walk across the Liffey River allowing visitors and residence an easy means of travel.
In our 8 hour tour of Dublin we were given the history of this interesting part of Dublin's past. The Ha'penny Bridge, known later for a time as the Penny Ha'penny Bridge, and officially the Liffey Bridge, is a pedestrian bridge built in May 1816...More
Ha'penny bridge is great to take photos at and is on the hop-on hop-off stops. Has an interesting history to it.
This pedestrian bridge nicely connects the Temple Bar area on the south bank of the Liffey to the O'Connell Street area on the north bank. It's a bit narrow and crowded, so you're not likely to be able to linger for a while without getting...More
It is worth taking a walk along the river and seeing the bridge. It is very pleasant in the area. It does not take much of your time and a must to check off one of the top sites.