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Verrazano Narrows Bridge

150 Lily Pond Ave, Brooklyn, NY 10305-4608
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The second longest suspension bridge in the world has historic Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn on one end, and Fort Wadsworth in Staten Island on the other.
  • Excellent55%
  • Very good29%
  • Average12%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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150 Lily Pond Ave, Brooklyn, NY 10305-4608
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Reviewed 6 days ago

On a summer road trip from Texas headed to Long Island. This bridge is fantastic for a traveler to see and then cross over. Amazing architecture, engineering and of course the view. Surprised by the toll however, $14, to LI and then $17 back to...More

Thank CaptainSPI
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's beauty is in its quiet stillness.Don't forget to check out the scene shot here from the iconic film Saturday night fever.the history Tony tells about it is a fact!.

Thank Sal V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Crossing Brooklyn to Staten Island and vice versa you cross this architecturally beautiful bridge. Today was a beautiful sunny day. The bridge looks majestic over the blue water mixed in with the cloudless blue sky.

Thank lollygal
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Regardless of the angle that you see it: from the deck of the Staten Island Ferry, or the Top of the Empire State building or perhaps just driving across, this is one cool bridge,

Thank BrendanCunningham
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We sailed our of New York under this Bridge. At its highest point the bridge clearance to the cruise ship was a mere 10 feet. The bridge Is a magnificent structure connecting Brooklyn to Staten Island. It has some silimarities to the Golden Gate Bridge....More

Thank dennisp859
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A beautiful bridge, specially in the evenings. All the lights are turned on and to look at it against the evening backdrop, is simply mesmerizing. The cruise takes you close to the bridge where you can take great pictures with your loved ones :) A...More

Thank Aditya R
Reviewed 15 July 2017

Many men loss their life building this bridge. If you saw the movie Cinderella Man staring Russell crow, credits at end of movie say that the real life Boxer, Jim Braddock, helped build this bridge with the construction company he owned.

Thank ljmantovi
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Drive over at sunset !!! Great views Go to beach and take photos on the staten Island side or go to 17 ave overpass near shore parkway Perfect Photos

Thank Cathrn413
Reviewed 12 July 2017

I gave it a 5 because it is the only way to get from Staten Island to any other part of New York City by car. I have to honestly say, out of all the bridges in New York City, this one is definitely the...More

Thank ericjcortes
Reviewed 10 July 2017

I love to travel and any bridge that has beauty and history is one that I will enjoy. The Verrazano bridge has both. It is an iconic item when traveling to the NY area. Even with all the traffic and quite an expensive toll I...More

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DAVID C
26 March 2017|
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Response from Pat L | Reviewed this property |
I believe you can, I've seen cars pulling boats across, but you would have to use the upper level.
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