The Pont Notre-Dame is a bridge that crosses the Seine in Paris, connecting the northern part of the city with the Île de la Cité.

Some form of the bridge existed at the same spot at the Seine since nearly the founding of Paris, although it was destroyed and replaced many times. In the early 1400s, the bridge consisted of a few wooden planks. It was historically lined with houses, but they proved too great a burden on the bridge's stability.