Gibson's Covered Bridge, also known as Harmony Hill Covered Bridge, is located southeast of Downingtown in Chester County, Pennsylvania   It is located in a beautiful rural area and it crosses the scenic East Branch Bradywine Creek, just off of US 322.  It was built in 1972 using Burr Truss construction. 
It is 78 feet long and 14 feet wide.  The bridge cost cost $2,600 to build in 1872. It was built by Edward Hall and Thomas Schull.
On this side of the bridge there are many hiking trails in the area along with the M. John Johnson Nature Center, Harmony Hill Nature Area, the Brandywine Meadows Preserve, and the East Branch Brandywine Trail.  The other side of the bridge opens onto busy US 322.

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