There’s Only One Remaining Covered Bridge In All Of Minnesota And You Need To Visit

There are many amazing attractions in Minnesota. From waterfall hikes to enormous candy stores, there’s something that will entertain just about everyone. But as fun as those things are, they aren’t 100 percent unique. You can hike just about anywhere, and even old-fashioned candy is available online. However, there are some attractions in Minnesota that are completely unique. Why? Because they’re only ones of their kind. One of the best examples is in the small town of Zumbrota, Minnesota, where visitors can find Minnesota’s only remaining covered bridge.

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The Zumbrota Covered Bridge is the only historic covered bridge left in Minnesota. It is also one of only about 1,500 bridges of this type left in the United States. Have you visited it? Let us know in the comments below!