The Glass Window Bridge851 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Queen's Hwy., north of Gregory Town, Gregory Town, Eleuthera Island, Bahamas
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Bridge, Family And Kids
Often called as the narrowest place on Earth, the Glass Window Bridge is a definite place to visit in Eleuthera Island. Lying in between north end of Gregory Town and the Northern end of Eleuthera Island, this man-made bridge is surely a breathtaking place and a perfect point to get jaw-dropping views of the entire region. In one side of the bridge you get to see the lush blue color of the Atlantic Ocean and on the other side the rich green colored water of Caribbean Sea. Above that during sun set, when the golden light flashes over the water, it’s like cherry on top. Stand in the middle of this 30 feet wide bridge if you wish to capture the perfect shot of the entire view. Legend says, sailors gave the name of this bridge as ‘Glass Window’ because they could see the Atlantic Ocean on the other side of the bridge through the limestone arch. However, you won’t be able to see the original natural arch as it had been destroyed due to natural calamity. Otherwise, missing on this site is something cannot be afforded.
The Glass Window Bridge Travel Tips
- Be careful while driving as the road is rough and quite narrow.
Entrance Ticket Details For The Glass Window Bridge
- Entry is free.
The Glass Window Bridge Hours
You can visit the bridge during morning hours as well.
How to Reach The Glass Window Bridge
- By car
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95% of people who visit Eleuthera include The Glass Window Bridge in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
66.04% of people start their The Glass Window Bridge visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see The Glass Window Bridge
92.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Glass Window Bridge