Artist’s Covered Bridge

Artist’s Covered Bridge

One of New England’s more classic covered bridges, this postcard-perfect wooden bridge near Bethel earned its nickname from the hordes of painters and sketchers who’ve set up an easel nearby. Built in 1872, it’s been closed to traffic for more than 50 years, but the artists keep coming.

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