• Please note that proof of vaccines is no longer required in order for you to take our tours.
  • You’re more than welcome to still wear a mask if you like while on the bus or at any point during the tour.
  • If you’re scheduled to take a tour within 48 hours and you’re feeling ill, running a temperature, or have had close contact with someone with COVID-19 please contact us immediately.

17 Mind-Blowing Photos of the Brooklyn Bridge

golden hour on the Brooklyn Bridge

On May 24, 1883, the largest suspension bridge in the world (at the time) opened. The perfect bridge took over a decade to build and cost millions of dollars. Opening day was a celebration with music, fireworks and people as far as the eye could see.

We’ve told you all the odd things that went into construction, such as how the bridge was doomed to fail and that there’s a bomb shelter hidden inside, but sometimes you just want to appreciate the beauty of this architectural masterpiece. Old, new, classic and unique. Enjoy!

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