Derwentwater Foreshore, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5DJ.
Enjoy a lake cruise on one of the Keswick Launches and experience the beauty of Derwentwater with breathtaking views of the surrounding fells. Enjoy special…
Tel: 01320 366 493.
The newly revamped centre, located alongside the five Fort Augustus locks, depicts the history of the canal from its conception to the present day refurbishment.
Tel: 01380 721 279.
Illustrates the history of the canal from 1794 to the present day and is situated on the wharf close to the Devizes flight of 29 locks.
Rowde, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 1QR.
This flight of 16 locks may be the most impressive anywhere on the UK's waterways. They were engineer John Rennie's solution to climbing the very steep…
The Granary, Flitchfold Farm , Loxwood, West Sussex, RH14 0RH.
Part of the former inland waterway link from London to the South Coast at Littlehampton. Much rebuilding work in Loxwood area. Currently rebuilding the…
Tel: 01692 581 681.
The only waterside museum of Broadland life. Discover the boats of the Broads and see how people's working lives shaped the landscape. The museum is in…
Dutch River Side, Goole, Lincolnshire, DN14 5TB.
Explore the unique story of Goole Docks and the Aire and Calder Navigation. This is the home of the Tugs and Tom pudding trains which transported coal…
Tel: 01604 862 229.
200 years of canal history displayed in a historic corn mill beside the Grand Union canal. Boat engines, working models, costume and traditional items.
Tel: 0116 279 2657.
Tells the story of Foxton Locks, one of the top sites on the canal, with a ten lock staircase and remains of the steam driven Victorian barge lift. Explore…
Waters Road, Marsden, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, HD7 6NQ.
The former canal warehouse opposite the towpath at Tunnel End has been converted into a Visitor Centre with displays telling the story of the canal and…
Wharf Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4RR.
One of the first British rivers to be made navigable, and opened to in 1653. 15 mile waterway linked Guildford to Weybridge on the Thames, and then to…
South Pier Road,
Tel: 0151 355 5017.
Situated in the old dock complex at the junction of the Shropshire Union and Manchester Ship Canals, the NWM offers the visitor the opportunity to experience…
Tel: 01452 318 200.
Celebrating the role Gloucester Docks and the local canal network had in transporting goods to the industrial Midlands. New bright and engaging galleries…
Manse Road Basin,
Tel: 01506 671 215.
Canal museum and boats. Display on history of the Union Canal, tools and artefacts. Half hour cruises on ‘Victoria’, a replica Victorian trip boat,…
Tel: 08700 500 208.
The World's first and only rotating boat lift. This modern lift replaces a flight of eleven locks that once linked the Forth & Clyde Canal with the Union…
12-13 New Wharf Road,
Tel: 020 7713 0836.
Waterside museum of London's canals is set in a former ice warehouse and you can look down into a huge Victorian ice well once used to store ice imported…
Canal Basin, Canal Wharf, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 8DT.
Learn about canal artefacts and plans for extending through to the sea. It is located in a 19th century old stable which has been refurbished to provide…
Mychett Place Road,
Tel: 01252 370 073.
Canal exhibition documenting the 200 year history of the Basingstoke Canals which includes models and artefacts. Boat trips operate most weekends and some…
Tel: 01633 892 167.
Canal centre at top of the Cefn Flight of 14 locks, which is recognised as an engineering wonder of the Industrial Revolution, on the Crumlin Arm of the…
The Car Park, off A4123,
Birmingham New Road,
Tel: 0121 557 6265.
The Trust was responsible for the re-opening of the Dudley Canal Tunnel, an outstanding engineering achievement built between 1785 to 1792. 45min. narrow…
Tel: 01225 483 001.
It is a rare surviving example of the technology of the Late Georgian – Regency – period, which started work in 1813, using the power of the River…