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O’Connell Bridge is among the busiest bridges spanning the River Liffey and has eased transportation for Dubliners for centuries. The first crossing at the location was constructed in the 1790s and named the Carlisle Bridge. Pedestrians and carriages sauntered across the bridge in droves given its proximity to Trinity College and the Irish Houses of Parliament.
It only took decades for the constant flow of daily traffic to place a burden on Carlisle Bridge. By the mid-19th century, the bridge fell into disarray, and engineers replaced it with the model residents use today. The team in charge of building O’Connell Bridge widened the crossing to ensure it could withstand a higher weight threshold.
With the improved modifications of O’Connell Bridge, it possessed a distinctive feature for having a greater width than length. Connecting O’Connell Street to D'Olier Street and Westmoreland Street with the south quays, O’Connell Bridge remains busy throughout the day. Pedestrians and vehicles using the road bridge have easy access to cultural attractions, pubs, shops, restaurants, museums, urban parks, and government buildings.
O’Connell Bridge is in the heart of Dublin and close to many of the Irish capital’s major attractions. Shops, restaurants, and pubs surround the crossing on both sides of the River Liffey for an exciting adventure in Dublin.
There are several bus and tram stops around the bridge to accommodate travelers coming from the Dublin suburbs. Whether you’re going on a shopping spree or experiencing Dublin’s rowdy nightlife, O’Connell Bridge is the perfect location to start.
Check out the O’Connell Monument beside the bridge before sightseeing in Dublin City Centre
Meet famous Irish personalities at the National Wax Museum Plus
Take in an amazing performance at the Olympia Theatre
Indulge in retail therapy at the Ilac Shopping Centre
Hang out at The Grand Special and kick off the night with live music or quiz night
Snap a photo of the Ha’penny Bridge
Hear enchanting folklore stories at the National Leprechaun Museum of Ireland
Watch traditional Irish dancing inside The Church Café, Late Bar & Restaurant
Feel sophisticated at the Vintage Cocktail Club and admire its speakeasy style décor
Dublin Bus via the O’Connell Bridge, D'Olier Street, Bachelor's Walk 1, Arlington Hotel, Eden Quay, or Dublin, Quay Wall stops
Dublin Light Rail via the O'Connell – GPO, Abbey Street, or Trinity Luas stops
Airlink 747 Express via the O’Connell Street stop
From the moment you lay eyes on O’Connell Bridge, Irish culture brims along the magical streets of Dublin. Deciding where to start your adventure is a painstaking task but knowing where to store your luggage near O’Connell Bridge is simple.
Bounce has dependable storage locations where you can drop off all your belongings and set off on your journey. Whether you just arrived in Dublin or only have a few hours to explore, Bounce protects your bags to help you move around worry-free.
The Temple Bar: Meander through the riverside streets of the Temple Bar neighborhood to find one of Dublin’s cherished institutions. Established in 1840, the Temple Bar pub is the most popular gathering point along the cobblestone streets of the district. Tourists bump shoulders with locals to create one of the more eclectic crowds ascending on Dublin’s nightlife scene.
Outside its good ole’ Irish hospitality, the Temple Bar attracts partiers due to its world-class collection of beer and whiskeys. In fact, their 450+ blends of whiskey are the rarest find anywhere on the Emerald Isle. Don’t show up on a full stomach either as the pub’s mouthwatering sandwiches and oysters alone are enough to draw hungry foodies.
Traditional Irish music echoes through the halls and spills out onto the streets late into the night. There’s always live music, and the festive crowds create an atmosphere unlike any other in Dublin.
Irish Whiskey Museum: Delve into the story of Irish whiskey and how this beloved drink has shaped the country’s culture. The museum takes you on an interactive tour to reveal how the original master distillers perfected the “water of life.” Uniquely blending Irish history into whiskey-laden tales, the personable guides take you on an unparalleled Irish journey.
After your history lesson, the guides prepare the tasting experience that lets you sip three or four superb crafts of Irish whiskey. The staff’s insider knowledge of the latest brands opens your eyes to the newest innovations in Irish whiskey distillation.
Whiskey connoisseurs can learn from the experts during the Whiskey Blending Experience and take home a bottle of their own blend. For a delectable food pairing with your whiskey tasting, book the Whiskey Brunch Experience to sink your teeth into Irish smoked salmon.
Dublin Castle: A medieval fortification, seat of government, and tourist attraction are three ways to describe this piece of Dublin history. The Georgian-style building was once the residence for the representatives of the British monarchy. Although devastated by a fire in the 17th century, the castle maintains some of its features from the Middle Ages.
Stroll through the lavish courtyard by the entrance and behold the sumptuous State Rooms inside the palace. Self-guided tours provide historical insight into British rule in Ireland and how members of the aristocracy were entertained. Saint Patrick’s Hall, the Throne Room, and Picture Gallery are among the featured highlights of the tour that present the castle’s grandeur.
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The price for luggage storage near O’Connell Bridge is just €5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations in the O’Connell Bridge area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Dublin Airport, Dublin Port, and O'Connell Street, O'Connell Bridge and all over Dublin.
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Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the O’Connell Bridge area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby O’Connell Bridge and in the broader Dublin area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near O’Connell Bridge are Holiday Inn Express Dublin, Ripley Court Hotel, and The Clarence Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near O’Connell Bridge are Isaac's, Egali Hostel, and Barnacles Hostel Temple Bar.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near O’Connell Bridge are The Church, Hard Rock Cafe, and Gallaghers Boxty House.
Check out the nearby St Stephen's Green, Merrion Square Park, and Iveagh Gardens.
While nearby, you can check out Dublin Castle, National Museum of Ireland, Natural History, and Dublinia.