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Daly's Bridge

Sunday's Well Road, Cork, Ireland
+353 21 427 3251
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lovely bridge

visitors to cork shoudl visit this bridge it is beside fitzgeralds park get no 8 bus from the city... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2017
Cork, Ireland
A good link between the Gaol and the park

This bridge provides a good link between the Cork City Gaol and the park, however it is not that... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2017
Daniel S
London, United Kingdom
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Sunday's Well Road, Cork, Ireland
+353 21 427 3251
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Reviewed 12 October 2017

visitors to cork shoudl visit this bridge it is beside fitzgeralds park get no 8 bus from the city to it the bus driver will leave u off at the bus stop and the university can be visited as well as the park

Thank mmmcork
Reviewed 30 August 2017

This bridge provides a good link between the Cork City Gaol and the park, however it is not that spectacular and there was some rubbish at one end of the bridge.

Thank Daniel S
Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

Great bridge near Fitzgerald's park. Nice views of the river. When you get to the other side we had to do quite a bit of walking on the other side of the river to get back across.

Thank Love2Travel9999
Reviewed 6 August 2017

A place of memories for Norries these are people who live on the northside of the city. the bridge is known city wide as the shaky bridge because as children we used to make the bridge sway because of its suspension structure its a famous...More

1  Thank magpie543
Reviewed 26 July 2017

This suspension bridge is a landmark beloved to generations of Corkonians . The views down river delight but remember to jump once or twice for the full shaky bridge experience.

Thank marieCork_ireland
Reviewed 7 May 2017

If you are in Fitz's Park, make sure to cross this bouncy and entirely engineeringly sound bridge; it makes for a charming and picturesque walk across the river.

Thank flaneur40
Reviewed 2 May 2017

At the western end of the public park and museum area, you'll find this little reminder of empire. Erected to mark the great exhibition of the 19th century, this footbridge spans the north channel of the Lee, and gives lovely views on the river. It's...More

1  Thank Ed_D199
Reviewed 9 April 2017

On your way from the city gaol to Fitzgerald Park (or inverse), it is a nice bridge to cross, but of course won't worth a long walk to see this bridge only.

Thank Ana_tralalala
Reviewed 6 April 2017

This is aka the shakey bridge, in Fitzgerald park. I is an old suspension bridge. Popular with the locals

2  Thank Sullivan0327
Reviewed 29 March 2017

If you like to shake bridges this is the best one for you in Cork! Stand in the middle and jump as high as you can to get a maximum shake from the bridge.

2  Thank MadCatCasey
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Questions & Answers
23 October 2015|
Response from Mike H |
Completed in 1926 and opened in 1927
John D
16 March 2015|
Response from Mike H |
The bridge takes its official name from Cork businessman James Daly, who contributed to the cost of the bridge.