The George Washington bridge has a pedestrian walkway and crossing the bridge on foot is a must. If you could do only one bridge, I would do the Brooklyn Bridge, but the GWB is certainly a close second and best of all, when you walk it-it is free! (the tolls for your vehicle are incredibly expensive-but that is a different story!) You can also visit the bridge on the way to the Cloisters medieval art museum in northern Manhattan or also visit the the Little Red Lighthouse underneath the bridge that preceded its construction and was immortalized in a children's book "The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge." If you have your car, it is easier to access the bridge from Fort Lee NJ. If you use the subway, it ends right by the bridge in NY.
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