This former railroad route turned pedestrian bridge is an iconic landmark of Minneapolis. Located right next to the Guthrie, it is the only arched bridge made of stone along the entire length of the Mississippi River – neat, right? Plus, it’s got superb views of the downtown skyline, St. Anthony Falls, and the river beneath. On one end lies St. Anthony Main, one of the oldest parts of the city, and on the other lies the Mill City Museum, built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill prior to its infamous explosion. One of the best places for a bike ride, a jog, or in this case, a photo op!