Tacoma Narrows Bridge
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A lot of history with the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, once known as Galloping Gertie! If you want to check out some beautiful views and take a walk across a suspension bridge, here's your chance! Just make sure it dress in layers as it can get very windy on the span.
For those interested in history, site of the famous bridge collapse, now an active bridge.
The Tacoma Narrows Bridge, the third-longest suspension bridge in the world at the time, opened on July 1, 1940. A little more than four months later, it collapsed into Puget Sound.
The Bridges up close are a must see- there is access for walking and biking via war memorial park on the Tacoma side. Ask us for the top secret viewpoint location we share only with our closest friends....
this is the iconic "galloping gertie" bridge that collapsed , has been since re built
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