The Williamsburg Bridge, in Williamsburg, United States, is considered one of the most iconic landmarks and key thoroughfares of Manhattan. The bridge was finished in 1903 and is the longest suspension bridge in the United States with a total length of 1,600 feet. The bridge connects the Manhattan and Brooklyn Boroughs, offering amazing views of Downtown Manhattan and the Financial District. It is a great place for sightseeing, walking, biking, and photography. Enjoy stunning views of the Lower East Side and Brooklyn from the bridge's pedestrian walkway. Keep in mind that Williamsburg Bridge’s lower pedestrian walkway is closed for maintenance as of 2020.