If you are cruising through London, be sure to stop at the London Canal Museum. Visit the museum, go shopping locally, and stay overnight if you wish.
We are on the Regent's Canal, between St. Pancras Lock and Islington Tunnel. Battlebridge basin is on your right if you are travelling from west to east. Turn into the basin and we are towards the far end, on the left.
We have space for up to two narrowboats to moor immediately behind the museum building, breasted up. During our opening hours you can moor your boat whilst you visit the museum and for a reasonable time before and afterwards, e.g. so that you can visit the nearby supermarket, or have lunch. Please do not stay longer than this during our opening hours so that other visitors may use the mooring. On some days the mooring will not be available, due to pre-booked use of the mooring by community boats, boats bringing groups, etc.
There is an electricity point that you can use.
There is a water tap on the wall, for which you need a key, available from museum staff
If you are staying overnight you can leave one bag of refuse for disposal - please hand it to museum staff. Unbroken glass, plastic bottles, cans, and clean cardboard and paper (not including paper towels or shreddings) should not be placed in refuse bags but handed to staff separately for recycling.
There is WiFi Internet access (See www.thecloud.net for pricing information)
You can stay overnight at a charge of £8 per boat per night. The mooring is a secure location. Museum staff will give you a code that will enable you to re-enter via a side gate, if you wish to go out in the evening. It is advisable to pre-book the mooring if you wish to moor overnight by calling us on 020 7713 0836. You can pay by credit card by telephone if you are going to arrive after we have closed.
If you want to stay more than one night you must take the boat away between 1000 and 1630 (1930 on the first Thursday of the month). These are our public opening hours and during those times the mooring is for the use of visitors to the museum arriving by boat. Exceptions to this are: