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Ambassador Bridge, Detroit

Categories: Bridges, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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1.1/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
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  • 1) The view of the Detroit skyline, including the Renaissance Tower 2) fairly quick on the off hours 3) scenic drive on the Windsor side leading up to the bridge Enjoy !! 
  • We use the Ambassador Bridge frequently to travel to the U.S. on our shopping trips to Michigan. Easy access with speedy crossing and friendly service with all our crossings. 
  • The map created by Tripadvisor was right on and worked out spectacularly. It took exactly as many hours it said it would and it guided me in the shortest manner as possible. In the Detroit side we vis...  read more »
  • The bridge is perfectly fine. It often gets backed up with traffic and semi-trucks because the bridge is suck a good crossing. I do have to question calling the owners of the bridge "greed mongers". Is this coming.from the very same people who demand free college education, $15 dollar minimum wage for entry level jobs and everything else they can get for free?
  • Unfortunately I live in Windsor so I'm forced to cross here when I need to go to Detroit for work. This has to be the worst international border crossing in the country. I wish I could reroute to blue water. Every day trucks are lined up across the bridge and down the highway on both sides. If one side is clear the other side is awful. It's almost like clockwork how they rotate back and forth. They've been debating a new bridge for a decade now. Both cities have all the highway work done and now we just sit and wait while they fight with greed monger Matt Moron over building a new one. My suggestion is if you can avoid crossing here do it at all costs. I would suggest the tunnel but that's falling apart piece by piece with no real repairs being done.
  • If you can make it across the Ambassador Bridge, Congratulations!:) You have just passed the INSANITY test! If you wish to attempt the daring cross over, please remember: 1. Have plenty of gas in your car. 2. Bring food and water because it's very likely you won't be having any for hours! 3. If you are scared of heights, try to ignore the rust and deterioration! 4. The toll fee is a guarantee you will choose the slowest lane on the bridge possible. It may even suddenly be subject to closure! 5. Keep your cool even though "Are we there yet?", will be the most popular question from any travellers in the back seats along with, "How much longer?!" 6.Your backside, right foot, and possibly other body parts will be numb by the time you see the opposite side! Enjoy and be safe!;)
  • I traveled around the world the worst immgragtion and border crossing experience I have ever seen in my life. They asked you stupid questions they don't care about your children. The immigration officer was such stupid insane person I am just wonder how the homeland dep doesn't take any action about this they are recist,unprofessional I am going to send also mail to homeland border protection. I am requesting US and Candaian government please take some action about those scumbags and rude and unprofessional officers Worst international border in North America. Those people don't deserve a singal star they are zero shame on those rude asses and recist and unprofessional. I am just wonder how they represent the great nation of the united states of America. God blesss America
  • Oh where do I start. The last time I was there, it was a 1 HOUR WAIT from the USA to Canada since there were transport trucks. I highly recommend the tunnel instead, it is faster and cheaper than the bridge.
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