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Tel: 01484 844 298.
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…
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…
Tel: 01483 561 389.
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…
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…
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: 01332 792 489.
Housed in the oldest of a group of 18th century canal warehouses, it tells the story of the village from Roman times to the present day with particular…
Tel: 01539 432 733.
The original 'Gondola', a re-built Victorian steam yacht, was first launched in 1859 and now, completely rebuilt by the National Trust, gives passengers…
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: 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. Family friendly…
Flitchfold Farm ,
Tel: 01403 752 403.
Part of the former inland waterway link from London to the South Coast at Littlehampton. Much rebuilding work in Loxwood area. Currently rebuilding the…
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…