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Station Road | Llangollen Canal, Wrexham LL20 7RH, Wales
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All reviewscanal boatworld heritage sitethomas telfordtrevor basintow pathfeat of engineeringscared of heightsamazing structureviews are spectacularwell worth a visitcast irontelford innsheer dropcar parkon footfree parkinggreat walk
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a fab piece of history and engineering might all on my doorstep. Great history and outstanding views on aqueduct. Toilets, tea rooms, parking, visitor centre and a pub all within a stone throws distance.

Thank WrexhamPaul
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful setting for a nice walk. Be prepared if your afraid of heights going over the aqueduct. If the weather is good then you should have a lovely time. You can also get refreshments while your there.

Thank Stanluci
Reviewed 2 days ago

Always beautful to walk alongside a canal but to do it on such a tremendous structre was even more pleasant. To know this was built without modern day cranage or equipment never ceases to wonder and marvel at the efforts the builders put in to...More

Thank IanUpton
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

There’s a visitor centre and car park not far from the aqueduct. You can walk next to the railing on one side and admire the view and the river below. We loved seeing the boats pass by slowly. Make sure to walk to the bottom...More

1  Thank Sharon G
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I knew the Aquaduct was high but I really didn’t expect it to be as high as it was and the fact that you only have a tiny footpath where you have to pass people, with railing on one side and water and a huge...More

Thank JustLeeLee
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I am lucky enough to live very close to this outstanding place the views are incredible the aqueduct is now a world heritage site and really well worth a visit there is ample parking space and lovely tea rooms right next to the car park...More

Thank Susan H
Reviewed 5 days ago

The last time we visited (3 years ago) was without our kids. Being in the area we took the opportunity to revisit. Still a marvellous piece of engineering. Just amazing.

Thank Helen J
Reviewed 6 days ago

We walked along the canal from Pentre- that in its self was a nice walk as it was a lovely day- loved walking across the aqueduct- something we have wanted to do.

Thank gailee272
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

what a great example of engineering still in great condition taking barges across .On site cafe and toilets .

1  Thank johnbulpin_swansea
Reviewed 1 week ago

Walking across the aqueduct is a free activity with fabulous views but just before it, there is a small shop selling a variety of boat themed gifts, cards, souvenirs and bags of duck food for 50p. Bargain! The lady inside was wonderful and the ducks...More

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Raj O
4 August 2018|
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Response from Tracy J | Reviewed this property |
You can either walk along the canal or get a bus from Llangollen to Trevor the bus driver will tell you when to get off - then it’s a short walk down the hill - head towards the Telford Pub and it’s just the other side - you... More
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Rifen Z
4 May 2018|
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Response from Duncan B | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is free parking adjacent to the aqueduct.
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WanderJane
27 February 2018|
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Response from 14DLB | Reviewed this property |
It will depend on the time of year you visit. We went in the winter and it was a raging torrent not safe for anyone
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