Roseman Covered Bridge, Winterset
Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
The Roseman Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Winterset, Iowa. It is prominently featured in the novel The Bridges of Madison County, as well as its film adaptation. It was built in 1883 over the Middle River, and renovated in 1992. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.Plan to see Roseman Covered Bridge and other attractions that appeal to you using our Winterset family vacation planner.
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Loved all the Bridges and history of them ...easy access to the Bridges with lots of photo ops ,great girls trip seeing the Bridges and following it up at the end of the night with the movie "The Brid... read more »
In the middle of nowhere at the end of a dust track emerge the red figure of a bridge. You're expect that appear the famous couple Clint&Meryl.... Avec le succès du film, c'est devenu une attraction t... read more »In the middle of nowhere at the end of a dust track emerge the red figure of a bridge. You're expect that appear the famous couple Clint & Meryl... With the success of the film, it became a tourist attraction of course! Actually two bridges have been mixed into the film and there's 6 which are still standing. They worth the detourshow original
Beautiful bridge and cute gift shop. Worth the view and tasting wine and samples in the gift shop. Adorable dog outside that loves people and is so quiet and nice
Was in Des Moines, IA on business and made a special road trip to Winterset to see the Bridges and the filming locations for the movie The Bridges of Madison County. Totally worth it! This bridge was my favorite of the 2 used in the movie and actually felt like I was apart of the movie while visiting. I could stay there all day and enjoy the view of just being there and the beautiful countryside with the rolling hills. Gorgeous! Definitely a step back into time :)
Awesome to see these covered bridges of Madison County. Dirt roads to access most of them, so, be prepared for driving on dirt and rocks.
Very cool place to visit but get ready to clean the Iowa gravel road dust off your car but well worth it
This bridge is probably the best known of the six remaining covered bridges in Madison county because of the movie. If you are here to see it in person, definitely check out the others since they are all quite charming and relatively close.
I wish it was better kept, but still very nice to visit
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