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Site Country: UK Site Name: UK
16-18 Harborne Road
Birmingham
B15 3AA
0121 437 4137
Upcoming events

At the start of each month, we host a leisurely breakfast of coffee and home-baked pastries. The kettle will be on from 9-11am on the first Monday of each month.

We'd love you to join us.

Open today until 6pm
Monday – Saturday 9am – 6pm Sunday 10am – 4pm

Just to let you know, on bank holiday Monday, 28th May, we'll be open 10am-4pm.

A warm welcome

Neptune Edgbaston sees the restoration of a three-storey, red-brick Edwardian property on the bustling Harborne Road. We’ve saved the few original features that remained, such as the double-doored entrance (which joins to become one welcoming hallway) and the large bay windows, and have replicated the ones that have been lost, including cornicing, skirting and fireplaces. We also commissioned a traditional cut-string staircase with brass inlays and a solid oak banister to sit at the building’s heart. And towards the rear, a glass-wrapped terrace makes a sensitively modern addition.

Get in touch

If you’d rather not call, you can send us a message using the little form to the right. You can also use this form to leave us any feedback, good or bad. We’d love to know what you think.

Need to knows

Parking: To the rear of Neptune Edgbaston is a sizeable car park, with five spaces set aside just for our visitors. Should these be full, the rest of the car park is pay and display, as is the NCP car park just over the road.
Wheelchair access: Each floor at Neptune Edgbaston is entirely level and spaciously arranged. We also have step-free access into the store. There’s a staircase to the second storey though, but we’ll be installing a lift in the near future.
Prams and little ones: We’d be happy to help with a spot of babysitting while you browse, should an extra pair of hands help. Inside, it’s lovely and spacious so even a double buggy will find its way around.
Four-legged friends: Well-behaved dogs are more than welcome too, and we’ll be sure to have a jar of biscuits on hand. But if you’re the proud owner of four Great Danes, we’d appreciate it if you perhaps left them at home.