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Conwy Suspension Bridge

Conwy Road, Conwy LL32 8LD, Wales
+44 1492 573282
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Second most interesting bridge

Didn't need to walk over as there is a great view of all 3 bridges from the castle and you can see... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Adjacent to the main road into Conwy

We were able to see this both from the main road into Conwy and from the grounds of the castle over... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Andrew C
Witney, United Kingdom
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Conwy Road, Conwy LL32 8LD, Wales
+44 1492 573282
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Didn't need to walk over as there is a great view of all 3 bridges from the castle and you can see all you need. Although a nice bridge, the best and most interesting of the 3 is the box rail bridge

Thank HatterWilko
Reviewed 6 days ago

We were able to see this both from the main road into Conwy and from the grounds of the castle over looking it. It is a fine piece of engineering, and is still in good condition.

Thank Andrew C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great little bridge the kids love it here! Conwy is a fantastic little day out for the kids and family

Thank Lee D
Reviewed 1 week ago

One of the first road suspension bridges in the world, built in the mid 1820's & almost 100 meters long. We walked over it to the castle & back.

Thank SPYC
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A must see if visiting the Castle. Free to walk across but the Toll House is run by the National Trust so is payable is not a member. Tiny house where the Toll Keeper and his family lived. Another great feat of engineering by Thomas...More

Thank jane53England
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

From this bridge you can see the Castle of Conwy and take some nice shots. To go there you just need to go around the castle.

Thank Elkjaer M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of the earliest road suspension bridges in the world. It paved the way for many of today's largest road bridges, like the Severn, Humber and many more. It still looks very similar to its original design, but there have been some changes....More

Thank HeatSeekerWrexham_UK
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Conwy suspension Bridge, built by Thomas Telford would be hard to miss as it sits directly in front of Conwy Castle. It provides a wonderful photo opportunity of the bridge, castle and also the Conwy estuary. It is worth a stroll across on foot...More

Thank Reacher33
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Anchored into the castle and hence just a few yards walk away is the wonderful little (100 metres) suspension bridge build nearly 200 years ago by Thomas Telford and still in use today - pedestrians only - closed to traffic in 1958 (just looked it...More

Thank PaulBYorkshire
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

For the history and engineering buffs a lovely attraction if you happen to be in the area. Right next to the castle. Nice to see on a late evening stroll around Conwy with hardly anyone around.

Thank Cecil H
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