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All reviews new brunswick prince edward island an engineering marvel nova scotia coming back northumberland strait speed limit both ways gateway village both sides great view two lane no charge concrete barriers sunny day take pictures great pictures
It felt as if you were going the wrong way once you left Moncton. You seem to drive for ever and there are few signs indicating you are getting near the bridge. Finally you get there and the drive over the Confederation becomes anti-climatic.
It was on a Sunday morning when we drove through the Confederation Bridge. The Bridge was long and there was not much traffic on that day. Before we went to the bridge we eat and shop under the bridge. The small mall before the bridge...More
The curved, 12.9 kilometre (8 mile) long bridge is the longest in the world crossing ice-covered water, and continues to endure as one of Canada's top engineering achievements of the 20th century.
Definitely exciting crossing the bridge but not much of a view of the...More
I always find it interesting to see anything that is 'the world's only' or ' world's longest' etc. So this is the world's longest bridge built over water. Nice looking bridge. Very simple design. Great views of it from the park in New Brunswick. It...More
Longest in the world for this type of bridge so a must see if visiting New Brunswick. Unfortunately, unless you are in an SUV or van you will not see much as the sides of the bridge are as high as a car roof. Cool...More
We crossed the bridge from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island. Before you go over the bridge make sure to take the turn off to Cape Jourimain, also signposted the last turnoff before the bridge.
You will find an information centre, which provides an opportunity...More
As we were taking the ferry both ways we only made the trip to see the bridge. Really impressive. The area before the bridge is a nice place to shop and eat. I have driven across it in years gone by and was disappointed that...More