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I love a good canal walk and this is one of my favourite spots on a canal. There is something a little surreal about watching a canal barge going over a bridge. It's good to walk down the steps to check out the view of...More
There was no sign saying ‘Dundas Aqueduct’ so look for the sign saying ‘Canal visitor centre.’
The first car park was full, and hard to get out of if there are no parking spots, so skip that and go to the overflow car park.
Parking is a rip off, as is all parking around Bath.
They seem to be actually discouraging people from visiting this area, unless you come by bike or train.
The aqueduct itself is pleasant, not the biggest, longest, highest or oldest. Just a pleasant place...More
What could be better than walking the beautiful canal on a sunny autumn day and arriving at this magnificent structure? If getting away from the crowds and communing with nature is what relaxes you then take a trip to the Dundas Aqueduct.
It was great to see the narrow boats silently making their way down the canal. A great spot for lunch. There is some information about the canal system near the cafe. There are cycling paths along the canal.
We stayed 2 nights at the MacDonald Spa hotel next to Bath's Sydney gardens and the Kennet and Avon canal intending to ride our electric bikes along the tow path but the Autumnal weather was too wet and windy so we drove to the aqueduct,...More