The Longest Covered Bridge In Indiana, Medora Covered Bridge, Is 434 Feet Long

If you find bridges as fascinating as we do, you’re really going to love this! Indiana is home to numerous bridges, all of which are absolutely beautiful. This one, though, is probably our favorite. Read all about the fascinating history of this beautiful bridge below!

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Nowadays, the bridge is closed to vehicle traffic, but you can still wander across on foot. it’s the perfect spot to take a stroll and enjoy the fresh air. Make sure to bring a camera though, because the bridge is visually intriguing and definitely fun to take pictures of! You’ll want to come back here again and again.

What’s the longest bridge you’ve ever seen? Tell us which ones in the comments!

Address: IN-235, Medora, IN, USA