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Natural Bridge of Alabama


category : Historic Bridges
60-ft.-high, 148-ft.-long sandstone rock bridge is longest natural bridge east of Rockies. Spans scenic natural areas, forests and wilderness. Nature paths, picnic areas and gift shop available.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open 8 am-sunset.
Address: Hwy. 278W

Phone: 205-486-5330

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