Built In 1866, The Windsor-Cornish Bridge In New Hampshire Is The Longest Wooden Bridge In America

New Hampshirites have a lot to be proud of. From a beautiful — though short — coast to the inland trails and hikes we love to the many local restaurants and shops, there’s something for everyone in the Granite State — including those who love setting records. For those folks, you’ll be pleased to learn that we’re home to the longest wooden bridge in the country.

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The Windsor-Cornish Bridge is a beautiful day trip. But if you’re looking to make an even longer day out of it we have just the thing! This day trip takes you to 9 of New Hampshire’s covered bridges and it’s perfect for a scenic drive.

Address: Cornish, NH 03745, USA