Admission to the bridge to nowhere (Hillandale Bridge) in Euclid, Ohio, is Free.
- Open: Daily from dawn to dusk
- Location: (Map It) 27598 Tremaine Drive at Hillandale Park in Euclid, Ohio
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The Bridge to Nowhere is open daily from dawn to dusk at 27598 Tremaine Drive at Hillandale Park in Euclid, Ohio.
It’s over 90 years old.
No expense was spared when constructing this bridge. It even has an elaborate “S” curve. No streets are leading to either side of the bridge, so no cars have ever crossed it that anyone knows of.
It was meant to be a part of a subdivision planned during the 1920s. But the completion of the project failed when the market crash of 1929 began the Great Depression.
Today, it sits in the middle of the woods as part of the trails in Hillandale Park. Use caution when crossing it. After nearly a century of decay, there are holes through its surface to the valley floor. There is also a guard rail missing.
It’s definitely a peculiar site.