Tours

Take a tour around Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal World Heritage Site to discover more about the Llangollen Canal and the effect it had as industry developed and local communities grew. Meet some of the industrial pioneers, the workers and early tourists to the Dee Valley as well as the people who live and work around the canal today.

There are nine tours to enjoy. Explore the full eleven miles of the World Heritage Site on the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal tour or get to know some of the areas better on the individual tours.

Llangollen

Llangollen Tour

Where Wales Welcomes the World

Visitors have been drawn to Llangollen nestled in the picturesque Dee Valley for many years, admiring the views and enjoying walks along the river and canal side. Artists and writers continue to be inspired by the stunning landscape full of natural and historic features.

Gledrid Tour

Gateway to the World Heritage Site

Gledrid Bridge marks the gateway of the World Heritage Site where the hilly terrain of Wales presented a challenge to the engineers who needed to work out how the canal could be built across deep river valleys.

Gledrid Tour

Gateway to the World Heritage Site

Gledrid Bridge marks the gateway of the World Heritage Site where the hilly terrain of Wales presented a challenge to the engineers who needed to work out how the canal could be built across deep river valleys.

Llangollen

Llangollen Tour

Where Wales Welcomes the World

Visitors have been drawn to Llangollen nestled in the picturesque Dee Valley for many years, admiring the views and enjoying walks along the river and canal side. Artists and writers continue to be inspired by the stunning landscape full of natural and historic features.