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Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma

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Edmund Pettus Bridge is located in Selma. Take a look at our Selma trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Edmund Pettus Bridge and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • This bridge of history was an amazing stop. We're so glad we took the time to travel to Selma to walk this bridge of history. It was an emotional time for us there as we had the chance to re-live the ...  more »
  • This bridge is one of the most recognized symbols of the Civil Rights Movement. On March 7, 1965 Reverend Hosea Williams and John Lewis led 600 marchers towards Montgomery. They were attacked by polic...  more »
  • Selma has a beautiful Interpretive Center which was closed the day we went because of tornado threats. However, the remembrances on side of the bridge where marchers were stopped by police have been s...  more »
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  • In addition to reading and watching documentaries on the Civil Rights era (we are in a new and continued era today), it is very beneficial to visit the sites where influential events occurred. When you visit The Bridge, be sure to stop by the local gift shops and museums in addition to walking across the bridge in solidarity with the foot soldiers that helped shape our lives today.
  • Incredible to see this in person. As I drove into town for the first time I got goosebumps as I recognized a town that I've seen pictures of in every US history textbook I've read through school. Well worth a day trip to see.
  • I've walked across this bridge literally hundreds (and I mean HUNDREDS) of times and anybody that knows me will tell you I'm not exaggerating in the least! It's nothing special to me, but maybe somebody that's not from Selma might get a kick out of it, with all it's substantial historical value.
  • This bridge is very exciting to see, the history that is deeply soiled in its concert. A bridge with so much history, before a movie. It's time for a name change
  • Historic. Nice views, easy to walk across. There's a parking area and shady park where you can leave your car.