Very pretty place especially at night. This bridge can take a while to move back so don't get stranded if you are in a hurry.
About Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge
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This is a unique and long bridge on pontoons that swings 90 degrees with the assistance of a small tug to allow large and small ships through. It is a walking bridge which connects the old town to the other side and provides great views...More
Visited on Nov 24, 2016. The bridge is amazing. You can feel the movement of the water with it being a pontoon bridge. We were on the bridge and a boat carrying fresh fish need to pass so we were stuck for a couple minutes...More
Built in 1888, this bridge cross from Punda to Otrobanda. Is locally know as 'Oir swinging lady' because when is necessary it opens on 90° to let big ships and Cruisers pass. It has a beautiful sight of Punda with all it colorful buildings. Easy...More
Great view of Willemsted from this attraction. But if it moves when you're walking across, get ready to go for a ride! Incredible the way something so big can move out of the way for oncoming boats and ships. The ferry is an option as...More
This is an interesting bridge. You can take it from one side of town to the other. If it's closed you can take a free ferry across. It's pretty in the evening with it's all light up.
We crossed this bridge and walked into town. The bridge is unique because it has a pilot house and they can open the bridge when large boats need to pass through. We had to wait for the bridge to open back up for several minutes...More
It's nice to hang our around the bridge watching it open and huge ships entering our leaving the harbor. You can also stay on the bridge when it opens to take a closer look at the ships