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Reviewed today

Walking the Ravenel Bridge is simply a blast. The views are spectacular and the unique vista help you put the history of Charleston (and the future!) into perspective.

Thank growgood
Reviewed yesterday

Only got to see if from our boat tour but it is truly impressive. I learned a lot about it in the brochures about the city but did not actually travel across it.

Thank Colleen F
Reviewed yesterday

Fairly new bridge leading from Charleston to Mount Pleasant. Crossed to get to USS Yorktown and the boat ride to Fort Sumter

Thank Buddy W
Reviewed yesterday

This bridge is an eye catcher from the land and is nice and wide to travel across. I think it'd be fun to walk across.

Thank laurab9876
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was a beautiful areas and the whole Charleston area is wonderful! We had fun sight seeing,eating and walking around!

Thank Momma1978
Reviewed 3 days ago

On this visit to the area we stayed in Mount Pleasant so we crossed the bridge numerous times. Great views. Great to see the locals use the pedestrian walkway.

Thank Vintorix
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Ravenel is a landmark that can be seen from miles away. No matter what angle, it’s a beatiful winged fantasy. It’s also wide enough to accommodate heavy traffic, with easy approaches on each side.

Thank Rebecca W
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is an excellent bridge. They have a parking area so you can take a stroll, or a bicycle ride over the bridge. Enjoy.

Thank CS P
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Love the design of the bridge. Went across the bridge several times. While on our habor boat tour we got to go under the bridge also, different view for sure.

Thank beetle1974
Reviewed 4 days ago

We parked on the Mount Pleasant side in a great little park. (Free parking) Then we hiked to the apex of the bridge. (The length is over 2 miles). At the apex you get some awesome views. It's a great place to check out.

Thank NCTraveler1999
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10 September 2018|
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Response from Rich T | Reviewed this property |
There is no toll.
Ray A
27 August 2018|
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Response from John M | Reviewed this property |
No, its a public path/footpath, open 24/7, and shared with cyclists.
5 December 2017|
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Response from Gene_Augusta | Reviewed this property |
The bicycle and pedestrian lane is 2.7 miles long, measuring from Patriots Point Road to East Bay Street. Measuring only the part that is on the bridge structure, the walkway is 2.4 miles long.