Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Trevor Basin on the Llangollen Canal have World Heritage Status - that means they are as important as Stonehenge! The aqueduct is one of the most awesome engineering feats on the canal network - you can walk across the aqueduct or save your legs and go by boat - but don't forget your camera and a head for heights!
Address: Pontycysyllte Aqueduct, LL20 7YQ
Visit time: 2 hours +
Price: Once you're there, it won't cost you a thing
Accessibility: Find out more about accessibility from our main museums & attractions webpages
Parking: Free parking at our Trevor Basin visitor centre
Toilets: Toilets at our Trevor Basin visitor centre
Our Trevor Basin Visitor Centre is te best place to start your adventure, but the basin and aqueduct are all part of the huge 11 mile World Heritage Site and trail that takes in Chirk Castle and Chirk Aqueduct, steam railway, Horseshoe Falls and so much more...
A good place to spot boats year round because the aqueduct is always open
Next to the canal basin and a short walk from the aqueduct
There are picnic tables around the aqueduct and around our visitor centre
Offa's Dyke Trail runs through the site
Plenty of things to do from our education explorers
An amazing canoe trail following the Llangollen Canal
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