24th Street Pedestrian Bridge

Historical & Museum / Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

If you have some time this week, I highly recommend visiting the 24th Street pedestrian bridge that stretches across I-35W in Minneapolis.
Scheduled to be torn down this Friday as part of the I-35W reconstruction project, the bridge has stood since the 70s, linking the Phillips and Whittier neighborhoods.
It has become a haven for photographers (myself included) as it is an incredible vantage point for a spectacular view of the Minneapolis skyline.
With the new bridge not slated to be open until 2021, I suggest you cross this icon off your #mnbucketlist before its too late!

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