Second City Canal Cruises
Narrow-boat tours of Birmingham's canals lasting anything from one hour to two days, leaving from the Gas St Basin.
Statue of Boulton, Watt & Murdoch
Gleaming golden statue of Birmingham's Industrial Revolution leading lights Matthew Boulton, James Watt and William Murdoch.
Within the glitzy Brindley Pl development of banking offices and designer restaurants, a converted Gothic schoolhouse contains the...
Tap and Spile
Overlooking the canal, this traditional pub is full of hidden alcoves and corners, especially once you move away from the minuscule top...
Classy North Indian and Punjabi cuisine is served up in this glass-fronted, white tableclothed, gold-trimmed dining room. The elegant...
35 Worcester Bar, Gas St · interesting places nearby
Canalside Cafe information
Narrow boats glide past the terrace of this 18th-century lock-keeper’s cottage, where the low-ceilinged interior is strung with nautical paraphernalia and warmed by an open fire. Home-cooked meals such as cottage pie, lasagne and stroganoff are chalked on the blackboard alongside vegetarian (and vegan) specials. Drop by for a cuppa and cake, or a real ale or cider.