The Oldest Standing Bridge In Montana Has Been Around Since 1888

Montana’s bridges are an important part of history — many of them offer glimpses into the Treasure State’s past. And none is quite as charming as Montana’s Bridge to Nowhere, the Fort Benton Bridge. While it’s no longer functional, it certainly adds aesthetic appeal to one of our oldest towns.

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Did you know the Fort Benton Bridge was this old? It’s fun to walk over the place where so many Montanans crossed in the past. And check out these other beautiful Treasure State bridges as well.

Address: Fort Benton, MT 59442, USA