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Llanymynech


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Planning your visit

Address: North Road, Llanymynech, Powys SY22 6ER View on Google map

Price: Once you're parked up, it's free to walk the towpath

Toilets: For customers of the local pubs/restaurants

Nestled on the Montgomery Canal, the English/Welsh border runs down the centre of the main street of Llanymynech. Enjoy family walks with one foot in England and one foot in Wales!

Nearby you'll find Carreghofa Locks, Hoffmann Lime Kiln, Offa's Dyke, Llanymynech rocks.

Historically, limestone quarried on Llanymynech Hill was loaded at the wharf. Now the community-run visitor centre, based in the stables of the old Sun Inn, provides information displays, exhibitions on the canal and local area, as well as offering a small cafe.

The whole area is a rare, natural treasure, with much of the Montgomery Canal holding SSSi status. Currently split into three sections, the canal restoration project now has the go ahead.

Things to do and see

Places to eat:

Boat trips:

Picnic spot:

There are picnic benches at the Llanymynech Wharf Visitor Centre, Hoffmann Lime Kiln and Carreghofa Locks or you can lay down a blanket on the banks of the canal

Trails:

Wildlife spotting:

As well as the resident ducks, you may see green woodpeckers and even peregrines

Getting here

By car - public car parking is close to the visitor centre

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