Molly Malone Statue, Dublin

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Molly Malone Statue, Dublin - Address

Address: Suffolk St, Dublin 2, Ireland

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The statue of Molly Malone is a beautiful sculpture with a short history behind it. The statue depicts the life of a fisher monger who died an early death in one of the outbreaks of cholera. The statue was first placed on Grafton street, however, now the statue stands just in front of St Andrews Church. It was elegantly sculpted by Jeanne Rynhart in 1988, in the city of Dublin. The statue is well worth a visit when in Ireland.

Molly Malone Statue Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Molly Malone Statue Opening and Closing Hours

  • You can visit the statue any time of the day.

How To reach Molly Malone Statue by Public Transport

  • Nearby bus stop: College Green (by bus no. – 9,13, 16, 16C, 83, 83A, 122, 123, 557, 747)

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  • It's in the area between some iconic pubs and an old cathedral that served as the Dublin Tourism Office till recently. The sculpture itself is beautifully made. It's fun to hang around and watch tourists pose to take pictures touching her breasts. Some claim it is supposed to bring you good luck. Yeah right! Whatever be the case, poor Molly definitely gets a lot of attention.

  • Molly Malone is a popular statue in Dublin definitelly worth checking out. Located in a public place sadly few years ago got relocated :( truly miss it being in its previous location seems its getting less foot traffic in new location but is such an iconic piece -_-

  • I was expecting more. Still a great statue to see when visiting Dublin. It is also a helpful landmark to reach the palace from the port.

  • Be aware the statue has been temporarily moved from its original place. Now you can find it at the door of the tourist information building.

  • Good spot for people watching and listening to street musicans. The statue is fun but unremarkable.

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