You don't see covered bridges anymore, and the final one that exist in Minnesota, is right in Southeast Minnesota, right up Highway 52, according to Only In Your State.

That is right, take the short drive up Highway 52 to Zumbrota, Minnesota, where you can check out the only Covered Bridge in Minnesota. The bridge was built back in 1869, but was not covered until 1871. The bridge was 120 feet long when it was built, and still stands on at the length today. Also 15 feet wide, the inside on the bridge looks nothing like you might expect.

You can check out the photo of the bridges HERE. The incredible framework is a century old, and while the bridge does not sit on its original location (it was moved in 1932 to a steel structure, and then moved again in 1970), you can still enjoy the bridge in Zumbrota at the Covered Bridge Park in Zumbrota.

It is the only covered bridge in Minnesota, and well worth your time!

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