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The Williamsburg Bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it opened in 1903, and the first with all-steel towers. The 310-foot steel towers support four cables, each measuring 18 inches in diameter and weighing 4,344 tons.
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Rhoda
Rhoda
November 17, 2019
If you want to skip all the crowds of tourists on the Brooklyn bridge, the Williamsburg bridge offers great views and is the route real New Yorkers use to bike/skate/walk to Manhattan over the bridge. Get off at the Lorimer stop and follow the signs to the Williamsburg bridge footpath.
Hannah
Hannah
July 21, 2019
Take the time to walk to Williamsburg Bridge! One of the best views of the city, and drops you off right in the heart of Williamsburg. About a 45 minute walk
Nicolette
Nicolette
January 21, 2020
Walking the bridge is something I do even on the worst of the winter days and the muggiest of the summer. Why though? Cause it's awesome. Do it! It drops you off on the Lower East side, Nolita, Soho and China Town.
Jessica
Jessica
December 13, 2019
Walking across the bridge is a great way to get a view of city. The entrance is on the west side of Bedford ave between S. 5th and S. 6th streets.
Alfredo
Alfredo
December 20, 2019
The Williamsburg Bridge is a suspension bridge in New York City across the East River connecting the Lower East Side of Manhattan at Delancey Street with the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn at Broadway near the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
Lindsay
Lindsay
September 6, 2019
Walk or bike across!
Juhui
Juhui
November 1, 2019
You can walk/bike on the bridge and arrive at Lower East Side of Manhattan!
Nicole
Nicole
October 8, 2019
Enjoy the walk and views across the bridge into the LES.

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Brooklyn, NY 11249