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Bridges

The Delta King in Old Sacramento.

One of the first landmarks anybody thinks of when they think Sacramento is the Tower Bridge, our gilded vertical lift bridge that bookends the Capital Mall with the State Capital and connects Old Sacramento to West Sacramento.

But as a city that’s specifically built around waterways, we have dozens of bridges to choose. Short, long, tall, historic or modern, we’re guaranteed to have one for the shot you’re looking for. Bridges so nice, that Johnny Knoxville bid a final farewell to Grandma in the end of the 2013 movie “Bad Grandpa.”

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Walnut Grove Bridge

The Walnut Grove Bridge in Walnut Grove, CA

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Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge in Sacramento, CA

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Snodgrass Slough

The Snodgrass Slough Bridges in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta

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The Helen Madere Memorial Rio Vista Bridge

The Helen Madere Memorial Rio Vista Bridge in Rio Vista, CA

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Folsom Historic Truss Bridge

The Folsom Historic Truss Bridge in Folsom, CA

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Sacramento Bar Park

The Jim Jones Bridges in Sacramento Bar Park

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Isleton Bridge

The Isleton Bridge in Isleton, CA

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I Street Bridge

The I Street Bridge in Sacramento, CA

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Guy West Bridge

The Guy West Bridge in Sacramento, CA

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Fair Oaks Bridge

The Fair Oaks Bridge in Fair Oaks, CA

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Discovery Park

The Discover Park Green Bridge in Sacramento, CA

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Rainbow Bridge

Rainbow Bridge in Folsom, CA

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