Bridges reveal new perspectives, link the opposite banks, and let guests pass through. They are all situated in the lower section of Lusławice park, half of them – in the Japanese garden, whose unique character is largely due to the strongly arched, little red wooden bridge. It leads to an island in one of the ponds, where visitors can admire a Japanese stewartia, among others.
A flat footbridge across another pond nearby leads to an islet adorned with little Amur maples and giant sequoias. Another, broad classical bridge with white balustrades, crosses the canal at the end of the tulip tree alley.