Grenland bridge crosses frierfjorden in Vestfold and Telemark in Norway. It goes from Porsgrunn over to Bamle.
The bridge was completed in 1996 and was opened by King Harald V.
The bridge has two lanes and is the largest single tower Cable-stayed bridge in Norway. Grenland bridge replaced Brevik Bridge and is part of the E18.
In 1996 the bridge won Betongtavlen an award given structure from the Norwegian Architects Association and the Norwegian Concrete Association.
The bridge was listed by Directorate of Cultural Heritage 17 april 2008.