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Although Virginia has eight remaining "kissing bridges," only five remain open to the public. Which ones have you visited?
From the Virginia Beach oceanfront to the warm, welcoming sands of the Eastern Shore, families will find the one that's right for them.
Bob White Covered Bridge is a rare 80-foot queen post construction over the Smith River that was built in 1921. It served as a connection between ...
Fighting Creek Park
Historic Meems Bottom Covered Bridge
Humpback Bridge is the only covered, humpback bridge remaining in the United States. It's also a cherished landmark, now listed on the ...
Jack's Creek Covered Bridge
Located just off Volvo Pkwy, with its half lake and half scenic open space. There is 65 acres of hardwood forest and wetlands. A 1.5 mile circular ...
Three beautiful covered bridges are located in traditional country settings:
Sinking Creek Bridge, 70-foot-long red wooden bridge with a ...
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