5 Ways to Experience the Golden Gate Bridge

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As one of the most iconic bridges in the world, the Golden Gate Bridge is a must-see when visiting San Francisco!

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The 4,200-foot long suspension span of the Golden Gate Bridge was the longest bridge span in the world until 1964 when the Verrazano Narrows Bridge opened in New York City.

1. Driving the Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge serves as a vital transportation link between San Francisco and Marin County to the north.

2. Walking/Biking the Golden Gate Bridge

The east sidewalk is opened for pedestrians to use every day during daylight hours and cyclists can utilize both the east and west sidewalks 24-hours a day.

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3. Golden Gate Bridge Vistas

The Golden Gate Bridge is the architectural centerpiece of the San Francisco Bay Area.

4. Cruising the San Francisco Bay

The Golden Gate Ferry offers views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Angel Island and the San Francisco skyline.

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5. Soaring above the Golden Gate Bridge

Having a bird’s eye view of the Bay Area will be an unforgettable experience! Some flight tours fly above and below the bridge for a thrilling adventure!

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