Margit híd or Margaret Bridge sometimes Margit Bridge is a bridge in Budapest, Hungary, connecting Buda and Pest across the Danube. It is the second northernmost and second oldest public bridge in Budapest.
Margaret Bridge was Budapest's most heavily worn bridge over the Danube when its total overhaul began 21 August 2009. It was closed to road traffic for at least a year, but trams maintained partial service over the bridge using temporary track.
Soon after the bridge was inaugurated, it became a preferred spot for people seeking to take their own lives over personal or financial troubles. The wave of suicides inspired János Arany, a renowned Hungarian poet to compose a ballad about the jumpers. It was widely distributed in leaflet format, illustrated with Mihály Zichy's romantic styled intricate pencil drawings.