Walking toward the river you will see the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge that was started in1856 and was completed in 1866. It was the longest suspension bridge in the world until 1883 when Robeling's Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883. These three images move the viewer progressively toward the river.
This really unique building has the appearance of water moving along its exterior.
This is a wonderful public art installation where you put your hands on the hand print and you can hear the sounds of the river. You can also see the star pattern at the bottom. This is known as the Whistle Grove
There are several public art projects along the river including family swings. Latifah took at shot at it.
As we moved back toward the Freedom Center we discovered the monument including these beautiful sculptures. They are part of the Black Brigade Monument. Enjoy !