The bridge made by the Riga company Felser & Co in 1879 was erected amid the castle hills in Viljandi in 1931. It was a present by the lord of the Tarvastu Manor Karl von Mensenkampf.
Interesting to know: *The bridge is over 50 m long. * It was erected over a valley which is 15 m deep. * At first, the bridge was located over the moat in Tarvastu to make it easier for the family of the lord to visit the chapel in the ruins. The suspension bridge has become a favourite object of both citizens and visitors of Viljandi and one of the town’s important symbols. It was reconstructed in 1995.
Originally built in 1879, this it was erected in the castle hills here in 1931. This 50 m long bridge spans a small gorge about 15 m deep. The lovely setting amongst the castle ruins makes the park...
If you go to see the ruins, you will pass the bridge or the other way around. The ruins was the thing, but the bridge is also nice.
The whole park with medieval ruins and the bridge is spectacular. You will definitely take home whole lot of very nice pictures. Worth paying a visit.