One of the most impressive structures on Britain's waterways, the Avoncliff Aqueduct at 100 metres long and 18 metres wide, carries the Kennet & Avon Canal over the River Avon.
Address: Avoncliff Aqueduct, Avoncliff, BA15 2HB
Visit time: 2hr - 3hrs
Price: Once you're there, it won't cost you a thing
Parking: There is limited free parking. Access is down a narrow and steep hill
Toilets: For customers of the local pub/café
Cycle up the towpath and visit the magnificent Dundas Aqueduct, opened in 1805.
Dundas Aqueduct, Claverton Pumping Station, Barton Farm Country Park
Chances are you'll see some narrowboats, and if you're in luck one may go over the aqueduct!
There are lots of picnic opportunities on the banks of the River Avon, so bring a rug
You may see:
Look out for Foxglove and Red Clover, as well as deer and wandering badgers. At dusk, you may see the bats that live in the crevices of the famous Aqueduct