Do you want to see a functional work of art? Then check out Sundial Bridge in Redding, California. This unusually designed bridge that connects the north and south campuses of Turtle Bay Exploration Park also functions also as a sundial.

See a beautiful and functional work of art at Sundial Bridge
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Visit the Sundial Bridge in Redding, California, an engineering marvel and incredible work of art. Built in 2004, the Sundial Bridge is constructed of 400 tons of steel and was the first free standing bridge by architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava in the United States. Said to be the biggest sundial in the world, this incredible bridge is now an iconic landmark of Redding, California.

 

The Sundial Bridge connects the North and South campuses of Turtle Bay Exploration Park. Only accessible by bicycles and pedestrians, the Sundial bridge provides beautiful views of the river below, with a design that has ensured it would compliment the surrounding nature. Visiting the Sundial Bridge is easily combined with your visit to the Turtle Bay Exploration Park, and is well worth a visit to experience walking across this beautiful engineering marvel.

 

To book your trip to see the Sundial Bridge in Redding, California- call us now. 

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