Basingstoke Canal Centre
Heritage / Visitor Centre
The Canal Visitor Centre at Mytchett is the perfect place to start exploring the canal or simply relax and watch the boats pass by.
Our facilities overlook the picturesque canal and include an information point and gift shop, tearoom, picnic area, children's 'trailblazer' play area, function room and a campsite.
There is plenty of free parking and the towpath is easily accessible from the Canal Centre, so why not start your journey from here.
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