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City to Sea Bridge

Victoria Street | Civic Square, Wellington 6001, New Zealand
+64 4-802 4860
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Nice spot for photos

Walk from Civic Square to the Bay and, on Saturdays, to the Underground Markets. It offers... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Always has interesting people on it

we walk over this bridge which goes over one of our main roads with SPCA Pups once a week weather... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
wellington nz
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“civic square” (34 reviews)
“harbour front” (3 reviews)
Victoria Street | Civic Square, Wellington 6001, New Zealand
+64 4-802 4860
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Reviewed yesterday

Walk from Civic Square to the Bay and, on Saturdays, to the Underground Markets. It offers pleasant Bay views, interesting art pieces and a chilly exposure to Wellington's strong winds! Worth the time but rug up.

Thank RobandMaryJean
Reviewed 1 week ago

we walk over this bridge which goes over one of our main roads with SPCA Pups once a week weather permitting and the pups always find interesting people to meet and greet, and some are brave enough to peer in lookout points to view the...More

Thank WellingtonNzSue
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This walk links cuba st to the waterfront and most people just walk over the bridge without stopping to sit and enjoy the architecture of it. Lovely little nooks to sit in out of the sun and just to relax and watch the world go...More

Thank Ah62
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Walk from the CBD [Victoria Street or lwr Cuba St] via Civic Square to the waterfront bars past lovely lagoon - a tourist treat.

Thank Kiwi-Pat
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great interactive bridge for young and old. Great design and architecture. Easy walk way including people with wheel chairs.

Thank Catharina V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Had to cross the wide street.. no crossing in vicinity so went on this great exciting journey across and above a dual roadway seething with cars... sound adventurous?? The only difference between this and others around the world, is this one has some structures obscuring...More

Thank pieata
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Para Matchitt's City to Sea Bridge is so unique. Matchitt is a sculptor and used his sculptural vision to create this bridge over busy Jervois Quay linking the city to the waterfront. It's full of surprising imagery--fish tails, ships, Maori symbolism and birds. I cross...More

Thank Mary-Jane D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Wellington is so well laid out. Great planning - with wonderful artistic elements here and there - this is certainly one of those. A great place to take in the view of the harbour, site and read your book, admire the wood styrcutures - take...More

Thank Ruth G
Reviewed 16 October 2017

It's an nice bridge, it communicates the city to the waterfront. Nice views from up there! Good for lunch break.

Thank Paloma F
Reviewed 12 October 2017

This bridge connecting the city square and the waterfront is worth walking through. It is dotted with pieces of woodwork where people can sit, eat and enjoy the views of the harbour on one side and the city on the other side. It's also a...More

Thank Violetology
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