Clopton Bridge is located in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
It is a Grade I listed masonry arch bridge with 14 pointed arches, which spans the River Avon, crossing at the place where the river was forded in Saxon times, and which gave the town its name. The bridge carries the A3400 road over the river.
The bridge was built in 1486/7, in the reign of Henry VII, financed by Hugh Clopton of Clopton House, who later became Lord Mayor of London. It replaced a timber bridge which may have dated back to 1318. Two arches were rebuilt in 1524.
Address Bridge Foot, Stratford-Upon-Avon CV37 6YY, United Kingdom
Coordinates 52°11'29.184" N -1°42'0.406" E