Queen Emma Bridge Tours and Activities
The Queen Emma Bridge is a floating pontoon bridge that connects the waterfronts of Willemstad’s historic neighborhoods Punda and Otrobanda. Nicknamed the “Swinging Old Lady,” the Queen Emma Bridge is hinged with two diesel-driven propellers so that it can swing parallel to the shore to allow boat traffic in and out of St. Anna Bay. Built in 1888, the pedestrian-only bridge is a unique and popular attraction on Curacao, with upwards of 15,000 people walking across it every day. On both the Punda and Otrobanda sides of the bridge, you can find cafés and restaurants lining the waterfront, and the bridge area is a popular and picturesque gathering spot at night when the bridge is lit up with twinkling lights.
Tours and Activities to Experience Queen Emma Bridge
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- Discover Curaçao Island Tour
- Historic Walking tour through Otrobanda & Punda
- City Walking Tours in our UNESCO heritage City of Willemstad, Curacao
- Curacao Shore Excursion: Beach Treat and Curacao Island Tour