Liverpool Canal Link
A trip along the Liverpool Canal Link rewards visitors with easy access to one of Britain’s most cosmopolitan and dynamic cities.
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Following a £22 million facelift, the canal link opened to boats in April 2009 and extends from Stanley Dock Lock Flight on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal via Albert Dock to the South Docks. This stretch of canal travels along the city’s historic waterfront passing museums, restaurants and galleries making it a great option for a family day out. The canal also passes many listed buildings on its route into Liverpool including the photogenic Three Graces.
Liverpool Canal Link guidance
- Skipper's Guide for the Liverpool Canal Link
- Terms and conditions for the Liverpool Canal Link
- Peels Ports Liverpool safety guidance for small boat passage of the Mersey
- Liverpool Canal Link Plaque
- Bridgewater Reciprocal Agreement
Days out in Liverpool
We've put together a free guide detailing all you need to know about a day out at Albert Dock and the Liverpool Canal Link: