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Finnieston | River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland
Ways to Experience Clyde Arc Bridge
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Reviewed 1 week ago

What can you say about a bridge. Nice arch, but that's about it. Very strange traffic flow, and if trying to cross from one side of the bridge to another, you've got to take real care.

Thank manisfeld
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We came across the bridge today and the design is superb. Can see why it is called the squiggly bridge. Great way to cross to the Hydro and the Armadillo.

Thank George B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I am no architect or normally overly interested in structures like a new bridge, however I have been impressed by this bridge since it opened a few years back. Known locally as The Squinty Bridge - it was a much needed bridge to make a...More

Thank Robert W
Reviewed 16 May 2018

Like name says, it crosses over Clyde River. Beautiful Bridge, that offers great sunset views. Opened 2006, so it's one of the newest bridges in Glasgow. Lot to see and do nearby, like Bells Bridge, Science Center, Clydeside Distillery and Riverside Museum

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Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

I recommend going to see the Arc bridge just before sunset, you will see the most beautiful sunset ever. Just make sure it is not a cloudy day!

Thank Gabriele R
Reviewed 1 March 2018

Was at the SEC EXHIBITION - MODEL RAIL SCOTLAND so thought would a look at the RIVER CLYDE. The time was getting so had a quick look around saw the Arc bridge and old ship yard crane. This area is a must visit on my...More

Thank Alan D
Reviewed 28 February 2018

I do like the "squinty bridge", it is typical of Glasgow's irreverent sense of humour. From it you get great views of - the SEC, BBC, Hydro, Science Centre and the Finnieston Crane. It looks even better to see it lit up at night. Believe...More

Thank johnnymac2017
Reviewed 20 February 2018

You should go or ride there if you have some free time while in Glasgow. Personally I recommend you going there in lat afternoon/evening, when the lights are switched on - it's more beautiful then.

Thank Dominika D
Reviewed 19 February 2018

I walk across it twice a day to and from work. It lights up with pretty lights of a night time too. It's called the 'Squinty Bridge' because it isn't straight but to me it's Clyde Bridge, the best Bridge in Scotland.

Thank Kimmybear2013
Reviewed 8 January 2018 via mobile

This place is iconic to Glasgow and is lovely to see all lit up at night from the walkway by the Hydro.

Thank Wolf-Lady07
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At dusk so it varies