The Pont de la Tournelle is a bridge in Paris that connects the Île Saint-Louis with the southern bank of the Seine.

The site of the Pont de la Tournelle originally held a wooden bridge constructed in 1370, named the "Pont de fust de l'isle Notre-Dame et Saint-Bernard". After being washed away by flood, it was replaced by the stone Pont de la Tournelle in 1656, which took its name from the adjacent Château de la Tournelle.