Open to general traffic, subject to normal motorway restrictionsRoad User Guide
Due to essential works the East footpath is currently closed. The West footpath/cycleway is open for cyclists and pedestrians.Access Restrictions
Iconic, historic and magnificent, Scotland’s Forth Bridges are a wonder of the modern world and one of Scotland's most recognisable locations.
Towering side by side over the Firth of Forth, these structures represent the pinnacle of engineering across three centuries.
The oldest of the bridges, The Forth Bridge, is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site of unique global significance and interest.
Bridging the historic settlements of North and South Queensferry, the bridges are set in an area that has history, beauty, wildlife and community spirit in abundance.
Slow down the pace and stay a wee while to soak up the enormity of these gargantuan structures and explore the heritage-rich local area.
You're guaranteed a warm welcome and good old-fashioned Scottish hospitality.
Pretty villages, bags of heritage, ancient castles and spectacular wildlife.
Best enjoyed with plenty of pitstops for ice cream, coffee and locally brewed beer.
It takes in many points of historic interest, introduces local tales and folklore, and offers some incredible panoramic views.
A circular five mile route, the trail can easily be completed in a day. Take a picnic or stop off to sample the cafes along the way.
Walk or cycle, experience an epic train ride across The Forth Bridge and enjoy a boat trip on the Firth of Forth.