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The Big Heart of England

Much has changed in Birmingham in the past twenty years – those who visited it in the early nineties would not recognize today. It is no longer the same city that the 1980s guide books lampooned as boring. Birmingham is now one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe, with world-class entertainment, appealing pubs, breweries and restaurants (with three Michelin starred restaurants: Simpson’s in Edgbaston, Turners in Harborne and Purnell’s in the city centre), elite business ventures, the dynamic nightlight quarter on the Broad Street, and the Brindleyplace canals that rival with conceited Venice’s.

Brewmaster's House and Bridge from The Water's Edge, Brindley PlaceElliott Brown / CC BY 2.0

Sherborne Wharf

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Sherborne Wharf

Take a cruise along Brindley's canal

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Sherborne Wharf is located in the center of Birmingham. Their base, Heritage Narrow Boats, is on the Oozle Street Loop on Brindley’s canal.

If you book an outing with Heritage, you many choose from a variety of boat trips, Sunday Buffet Lunch Cruises, Evening Entertainment Cruises or other events. Take a water bus to your destination, or enjoy a relaxing boat ride around the ICC with a snack or a drink on their Floating Coffee Co.

Services also include corporate entertainment and parties afloat with catering services available. Boat yard services and rental is also offered on Sherborne Wharf.

Sherborne Wharf
Sherborne Wharf, Sherborne St, Birmingham
City Center, Edgbaston, Hockley
+44 121 455 6163