John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge

Court Ave. (KY17) (btwn E Mehring Way & Riverside Dr.), Cincinnati, KY 45211, United States
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    Jerry D.
    "Wonderful views of the Cincy skyline"(2 Tips)
    Rory P.
    "beautiful old Brooklyn Bridge sibling"(2 Tips)
    Discover Ohio
    "historical Ohio River bridge connecting Cincinnati to Covington"(2 Tips)
    Chris T.
    "Shoot at sunset and underexpose"(3 Tips)
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  • Dom S.

    Nice walk...

    Dom Santoleri · July 12, 2015
  • Rory P.

    Cross this beautiful old Brooklyn Bridge sibling and enjoy the nice views as you walk over to Kentucky

    Rory Parness · July 6, 2015
  • Jerry D.

    Fantastic piece of history and great way to get across the Ohio River by foot. Wonderful views of the Cincy skyline and beautiful Covington historic district on the KY side.

    Jerry Dice · July 6, 2015
  • Hope M.

    Makes an interesting noise when people drive over it.

    Hope Moore · November 16, 2013
  • Chris T.

    Raymond, Charlie and Susanna drive across the Roebling Suspension Bridge on their way into Cincinnati in Rain Man.

    Chris Thompson · May 15, 2013
  • Discover Ohio

    This historical Ohio River bridge connecting Cincinnati to Covington, Ky., was made famous in the 1988 movieRain Man.”

    Discover Ohio · November 9, 2011
  • Amy H.

    I know the mayor and he is amazing!

    Amy Hassebrock · September 23, 2011
  • Chris T.

    The new lights on the bridge create excellent stars when you photograph them using a narrow aperture (~f/16 and above) on your camera. That means you'll need a longer exposure (and thus a tripod).

    Chris Thompson · August 18, 2011
  • Chris T.

    For the best photos: pick a spot near the Covington pier and shoot north toward the Cincinnati skyline. Shoot at sunset and underexpose by a few stops to get the lights just right.

    Chris Thompson · August 17, 2011
  • K12 Inc

    Did you know? When it opened in 1866 the 1,057ft Suspension Bridge was the longest in the world. It was later the model for designer John A. Roebling’s next project, New York’s Brooklyn Bridge. Read more

    K12 Inc · August 4, 2011
  • Cincinnati History Photos

    At 1,057', it was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it opened on 12/1/1866. Photo from construction in 1865. From the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

    Cincinnati History Photos · August 4, 2011
  • Diego Dier

    El puente a la libertad de los esclavos del sur, "maqueta" del que seria luego el puente de Brooklyn

    Diego Dier · October 3, 2015

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