The spectacular Dundas Aqueduct on the Kennet & Avon Canal is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. That means it's as important as Stonehenge!
Address: Brassknocker Basin, Monkton Combe, BA2 7JD
Visit time: 2hrs
Price: Once you're parked up, it won't cost you a thing
Parking: There's a car park at the visitor centre at Brassknocker Basin
Toilets: For customers of the local pub/café
Hire a bike and visit Avoncliff Aqueduct also built by John Rennie and opened in 1801
Somerset Coal Canal, Brassknocker Basin, Avoncliff Aqueduct
Chances are you'll see some narrowboats, and if you're in luck one may go over the aqueduct!
At Canal Visitor Centre
There are some benches dotted along the canal
You may see:
A super stretch of idyllic canal where you'll see plenty of water birds