A National Landmark in a National Park

Constructed between 1933 and 1937 during the depths of the Great Depression across
a strait many considered to be impossible to span, the Golden Gate Bridge is an icon of
design and engineering, an internationally known symbol of American ingenuity, and the
centerpiece of the Golden Gate National Parks.

Products are developed and designed by the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy,
the nonprofit partner of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District,
National Park Service, and the Presidio Trust.