Moy Bridge is a historic bridge located in the scenic surroundings of Moy, near Inverness in Scotland.
Moy Bridge spans the River Findhorn and is known for its distinctive design and scenic location. The bridge serves as an important transportation link and a popular spot for photography and leisurely walks along the riverbank.
It is the only known cast iron swing bridge in existence in the United Kingdom and is likely one of the oldest movable bridges of any kind in the United Kingdom as well.
The bridge provides pedestrian access and is suitable for most visitors. The bridge may have steps or uneven surfaces, which could pose challenges for individuals with mobility limitations.
Food and drink
There are no coffee shops or restaurants in the immediate vicinity of Moy Bridge.
Dogs are allowed but should be kept on a lead and under control at all times.