FROM THE VOYAGES OF ECCENTRIC late-Victorian travellers to post-war classics and humorous accounts of travel on water – Sarah Jasmon traces the history of canal writing.
Dens on the towpath, magical winter moments and failed plumbing: author and boater Sarah Jasmon shares the highs and lows of bringing up her family on the canal.
This pair of art galleries on the Paddington Arm contain some of the finest contemporary art in the country
Located in the historic city of Bath, this gallery contains a wealth of art across a broad range of mediums
This remarkable collection of art has a history as rich as the city that hosts it
Enjoy some of the UK’s most exciting contemporary art in this cutting-edge gallery before taking in Birmingham’s iconic canal history
Marvel at this distinctive gallery beside the Calder & Hebble Navigation, which houses more than 5,000 contemporary works
Browse one of the most significant aristocratic collections in the UK, before taking an amble along the restored Chesterfield Canal
This gallery on the Liverpool Canal Link is housed in one of Albert Dock’s iconic buildings, surrounded by an abundance of industrial history
FROM ARTWORK INSPIRED BY SWAN FEET to an elaborate sculpture made of waste plastic – don’t miss this rare exhibition of contemporary art at the National Waterways Museum