Waibaidu Bridge (Garden Bridge) is a camelback truss bridge that connects the Huangpu and Hongkou districts in Shanghai, China. The bridge was designed by British firm Howarth Erskine Ltd and is the fourth attempt at a bridge on a location, it is the only camelback steel bridge and first all-steel bridge in China. The bridge was opened in 1902 and it was recognised in 1994 an example of Heritage Architecture. The bridge takes both pedestrians and vehicles. The bridge has been renovated over the years and one of the recent improvements was a LED light system that lights up the bridge in an array of colours at night.
By bus, take the 33, 37, 55, 65, 305, 307, 317, 330, or 868 buses which travel to the area or take the city sightseeing bus that stops near the bridge.
Opening Times and Admission
The bridge is open to the public all day every day and is free for the public to use.