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My wife and I were staying in beautiful Bellevue. As we drove for a few minutes, we came across this beautiful historic piece: The Covington-Cincinnati Suspension Bridge. So beautiful and iconic and it has been such 150 years since it was designed by John Roebling....More
View this bridge from any of the riverfront parks on the Ohio or Kentucky side of the Ohio River.If you are ambitious you can walk across it for some great views of the river as well as the Cincinnati skyline.A must see in Cincinnati.
The bridge is named for the architect who created it in 1866 and is a prototype for the Brooklyn Bridge. It can be viewed from Smale Park. We took one of the trolleys across the bridge into Covington but you can travel the bridge by...More
By all the romance within me, I cannot impart to you the experience of being right at The Bridge as I have since I was a small kid back in the 60's.Cincinnati calls me back- from every place I have ever lived or been, no...More
We stopped in Cincinatti on our way to another destination. Originally we just wanted to stop at the Yard house for a bite to eat and a stretch of the legs. Once we got to the restaurant it was hard to miss the suspension bridge...More
I didn't realize that this bridge was the prototype to the famous NY Brooklyn Bridge. It has the unique structure where the bridge "sings" when cars drive over it. We parked in Covington, KY and walked over to the OH side. It's a nice walk...More
There is a public parking area behind Molly Malone's restaurant just up the street from the Covington end of the bridge. It is filled on weekdays from 9-5...but in the evenings or weekends there is plenty of parking.