South Carolina is home to one of them most remarkable bridges in the world. The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge that connects Charleston with Mount Pleasant by way of coastal Highway 17 is 2.5 miles long and is an engineering marvel. One of its two cable-stayed spans is the third longest in the Western Hemisphere, and the bridge itself is the tallest, in terms of clearance underneath, in the state.

Have you seen and crossed the new bridge? And do you have memories (good or bad) of crossing the old bridges? We’d love to know the answers to both questions!

For another remarkable must-visit bridge in South Carolina, head to the Upcountry to an ancient bridge that’s one of the most haunted places in the country. Keep reading here to learn more!

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