"Molly Malone Statue" Molly Malone Statue Tip by Mahieu

Molly Malone Statue, Dublin: 26 reviews and 36 photos


And there she is: on the corner of Grafton and Suffolk Street: the world famous Molly Malone. If you see the statue, you'll probably start to sing along like almost everyone else: In Dublin's fair city, ...."
As the song says, during daytime Molly was a fishmonger selling "cockles and mussles", but during nighttime, she changed her fishmonger clothes for some more reveiling things, stillettoes and fish-net tights.

This is the legend of course. I don't know if Molly Malone really existed, but she surely is a part of Dublin's history! The statue has been renamed "The tart with the cart".

Address: on the corner of Grafton and Suffolk street
Directions: close to Trinity College
Phone: 353-1-605-7700

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 29, 2004
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