Great area to stroll, run, ride a bike or stand and people watch. Parking around the bridge area costs by the minute or buy hours at a time.
About Walnut Street Bridge
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From the Bluff View Art District to the Hunter Museum, then take the glass bridge over to the Walnut Street bridge over the Tennessee River to Coolidge Park. About 1/2 mile stroll enjoy the views!
As an European visiting the States, I am always very happy when I see beautifully maintained public space that is really public: accessible for all. The Walnut Street Bridge is beautifully maintained, has some amazing views and is good for people watching too. It has...More
We walk the bridge with a stroller and was impressed with the open path in the middle for bikes and strollers, as well as walkers and additional raised path on both sides for walkers. Very nice touch with the wood. Looks very authentic. Nice to...More
This bridge is a long walk, but fascinating as a record-holding pedestrian bridge, with great views and a great feeling being out over the river.