The Longest Swinging Bridge In Maine Can Be Found In Topsham And The Views Are Unbeatable

Maine has a lot of history. You can learn about a lot of it in the many museums across the state. But what we love most are the tiny unexpected details that provide a glimpse into what life was like long before today. It’s not the artifacts sitting behind glass that do this best. To us, the best way to understand what life was like decades ago is by looking at the things people created to help make their lives easier. This bridge is a great example!

The Androscoggin Swinging Bridge can be accessed from both Topsham and Brunswick. In Brunswick park at the intersection of Mill Street & Cushing Street. In Topsham park at the intersection of Bridge & Prospect Streets. Then just walk across! For more information on the Androscoggin Riverwalk check out the website.

Want to see more bridges here in Vacationland? These 10 beautiful covered bridges in Maine will remind you of a simpler time.

Address: Androscoggin Swinging Bridge, Swinging Bridge, Topsham, ME 04086, USA