|Location||Vancouver, West Vancouver, Canada|
|Length||1 823 m|
|Clearance below||61 m|
|Longest span||473 m|
Lions Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge located in Vancouver, Canada. Construction of the bridge began in March 1937, in 1938 the bridge open.
The name Lions Gate comes from some mountain peaks north of Vancouver. The bridge is 1823 meters long and has a main span of 473 meters.
Beer producer Guinness was the one who financed the bridge.