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
Spanning three centuries, each of the three bridges is a record-breaking pinnacle of engineering. The structures sit side-by-side and complement each other beautifully, each showcasing the very latest in design and construction.
The world's longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge, connecting North and South Queensferry.
One of the world's most significant long span suspension bridges.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and Scottish icon that is recognised the world over as the most famous of cantilever designs
The bridges are set in heritage-rich part of Scotland. There's lots to see and do, some great independent bars, restaurants and cafes, and plenty of comfortable places to lay your head after a busy day exploring.
Three bridges spanning three centuries, magnificent views over the Firth of Forth, historical facts, mythical tales, urban wildlife and the historic settlements of North and South Queensferry. It's all yours to discover on the new Forth Bridges Trail.
53,000 tonnes of steel and 6.5 million rivets were used to construct the Forth Bridge