City to Sea Bridge, Wellington

Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
The City to Sea Bridge is a pedestrian bridge and public artwork located in Wellington City, New Zealand. Opened in 1994, the wedge-shaped bridge crosses arterial road Jervois Quay, connecting the public spaces of Civic Square to the Wellington waterfront precinct at the Lagoon. Around the square are the Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington Town Hall, Wellington City Art Gallery and Wellington Central Library.The bridge is adorned with non-traditional wooden sculptures carved by prominent Māori artist Paratene Matchitt, some of which form the sides of the bridge. The bridge has become a tourist attraction in its own right.
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  • a nice spot to sit and watch the lagoon and the people going past. It is beautifully designed and constructed and worth a stop. 
  • Headed down toThe waterfront while wandering around central Wellington- this area is cool and quirky and full of intetesting sculptures and displays. We were lucky to have such a lovely sunny day and ...  read more »
  • a bridge, how do you spark up a bridge. really all you are doing is getting from one side of the road to the other. Try this one for a change. angles - dangles, shapes curves, views ... reviews. worth...  read more »
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