Originally called the Wellington Bridge (after the Duke of Wellington), the name of the bridge changed to Liffey Bridge. The Liffey Bridge remains the bridge's official name to this day - though it is still commonly known as the Ha'penny Bridge
Pretty good looking bridge
The loveliest bridge in Dublin, be sure to visit it at night!
Useful when entering or leaving Temple Bar - reasonably more difficult leaving.
Beautiful little bridge
The view. Especially looking towards Liberty Hall.
In the past u had to pay a half Penny to cross the bridge
I would recommend that all tourists make time to visit it
A pretty special spot in Dublin - photographed by almost every visitor. Alan (Dublin Visitors http://www.dublin1.webs.com)
Put a lock on the bridge
They won't charge you half penny to cross. Don't miss The Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin.
Got engaged on this bridge!
It is also one of the few footbridges across the Liffey which means that no cars or trucks can cross it.
Great night out, very friendly place. Comedy club (upstairs) on most nights & well worth a visit. Highly recommended if your visiting Dublin
You can lock a padlock in one of the tubes. Just like in Paris!
Cutest bridge in the whole world.
Originally called the Wellington Bridge, the name of the bridge changed to Liffey Bridge and remains the bridge's official name to this day - though it is still commonly known as the Ha'penny Bridge
A ponte peatonal máis bonita, peaxe de medio penique.
Featured in the video of Old Town by Phil Lynott, My son and I walked over the bridge, and through into the Temple Bar area. Great fun unless it is raining!
no longer costs a half penny to cross the liffey.
Not the best place in the world to be caught in a rain shower.