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Scheduled for completion in Summer 2004, this unusually designed bridge, functioning as a sundial at one end and conveying a sense of weightlessness, connects the north and south campuses of Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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As a Redding native I love the Sundial Bridge. There was so much criticism about its construction but I hope that everyone can see its beauty and how it just draws crowds of visitors. I have since move out of state but I visit Redding...More
“This is where everyone goes!” I heard as I arrived. It’s true. For a good walk, to be with friends or to get some solo time, this a lovely place to experience the Sacramento River and local community.
This bridge had a fantastic view and a really nice nature walk in the Turtlebay exploration park it was close by to a nice hotel .Parking was fairly easy I might suggest dropping off people closer to the entrance way and then parking if you...More
We visited on December, but it was little disappointing. I think it would be a lot nicer during the warmer seasons. The garden areas was nothing special and nothing interesting. The Aquarium sign should not be there.It is not an aquarium. Not worth the entrance...More
While visiting family in Redding, CA, we took a late afternoon walk over the Sundial Bridge, along the Sacramento River to Turtle Bay. It was a lovely, sunny afternoon and we enjoyed the scenery (including brave fly fishermen out in the winter river practicing their...More
I love the Sundial Bridge. The structure itself is beautiful and there are really pretty views all around. There are several trails for exploring, too, and plenty of places to sit and simply enjoy the day.
I live locally and walk in the area of this beautiful Sundial bridge often. It’s beautiful when lit up at night. And beautiful during the day. Wonderfully engineered artwork with the glass bottom and the monster size sundial that does reflect light on the clock...More
Assuming you have a picture of your dog on the bridge, go to the section on Trip Advisor where you can review the Sundial Bridge and you can download a picture from your computer/phone. You will see towards the bottom of the... More
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Yes, I saw people walking their dogs. However, be aware that Redding gets very hot! The glass-top bridge temperatures are too hot for dogs feet. (Think of what it would be like to walk barefoot on a hot stove!!!) Please do... More
Yes, I saw people walking their dogs. However, be aware that Redding gets very hot! The glass-top bridge temperatures are too hot for dogs feet. (Think of what it would be like to walk barefoot on a hot stove!!!) Please do not take your large dog on days where the temperature is above 85 degrees (the glass gets to be 100+). If you have a smaller dog, they will have to be carried. Whatever you do, DO NOT leave a dog in a hot car for any amount of time!!!!