They have removed the sign that used to be on the road so we missed it the first time passed and had to hit it on our return trip. This iconic bridge is well maintained and along with the picture of John Wayne sitting on...More
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We stayed in a condo near the bridge and had to go over it every day.If you love the film it was built for you would want to see it but it has no local historicall significance other than that.
After being in Galway for the week on our last day of travelling, after visiting Cong and reliving The Quiet Man we couldn't manage to find the bridge - we gave up. But driving around just seeing the scenery we spotted it in the corner...More
The bridge is only 100 yards off of N59, and you can see it clearly but you must be looking for it. There is a spot to park 1 to 2 cars, and it is worth a 10 to 15 minute stop. The water is...More
The bridge is looking as it did in the film. The approach road and parking are undergoing an upgrade but you can still park and enjoy the view. There is a plaque to commemorate the fact John Wayne once sat here. Dated a little but...More
The Quiet Man Bridge was worth the time to stop , take photos and enjoy the scenery. Just watch for the sign to the small community of LEAM on R59. Take that road and you will see the one lane bridge ahead . There is...More
The sign taking you to the Quiet Man bridge was down when we went, so you have to look for the "Connemara Cottages" sign on the left about 5 miles/8 km's north of Oughterard on R59, as you pass over the bridge on the way...More
It is a very pretty stone bridge in a remote area that is great for a photo, but there isn't anything else there.