Fourteen Locks

Located just outside Newport, the Fourteen Locks Canal Visitor Centre traces the growth and decline of the Crumlin Branch of the Monmouthshire Canal and its role in transporting commodities such as coal, iron, limestone and bricks from the Ebbw and Sirhowy valleys to the port of Newport. A computer based information point lets visitors experience a ‘virtual’ journey along the canal and learn how a canal lock works. The information point also has details of some of the people who used to work on the canal. Outside the Visitor Centre, the flight of locks now under restoration rises 160 feet in just half a mile and is an impressive sight. An attractive picnic area and way-marked walks along the canal tow path and surrounding countryside make Fourteen Locks an enjoyable day out.

Fourteen Locks
Cwm Lane Highcross Rogerstone
NP10 9GN Newport
United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1633 - 414713

Admission: Charge
Access for persons with disabilities: Available
Visitor centre on site: yes
Gift and book shop on Site: yes

Park and canal walk is open all year

Visitor Centre:

Open Easter to late September, closed Tuesday and Wednesday