Thanks for looking! The Bridge of Flowers is maintained by the Bridge of Flowers Committee of the Women's Club of Shelburne Falls, Mass. as a non-profit organization. It is open from early spring to late fall and is free to all (donations accepted!). Located in the village of Shelburne Falls, you can reach it just off Route 2, about 9 miles west of I-91 in Greenfield, MA. The bridge was built in 1908 to carry the trolley across the Deerfield River between the villages of Shelburne Falls and Buckland. Abandoned in 1928, it became the Bridge of Flowers in 1929! Over 500 varieties of plants and flowers are tended to by local volunteers...Anyone living in or visiting New England should not miss this gorgeous landmark!

-Donna and Dennis Hubbs, D&D Travel

All images c. 2012, Dennis A. Hubbs, D&D Travel Services, LLC