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Birmingham Attractions

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Bull Ring 4.0 stars
Building - #1 of 22
A massive indoor and outdoor shopping experience. Its all shiny, clean and uber-commercial. A fantastic place to indulge in huge dose of retail therapy. Such huge shopping centre malls are normally located out of town, but this is smack bang in ... [more ]
Birmingham Botanical Gardens 4.0 stars
Botanical Garden - #2 of 22
Birmingham botanical Gardens and glasshouses are situated in the Five Ways/Edgbaston area of the city. Designed by J Loudon in the early 18th century they contain 15 acres of ornamental gardens with various speciality areas like rock gardens, ... [more ]
Broad Street 4.0 stars
Square - #3 of 22
Broad Street is the party center in Birmingham. And although I preferred Brindley place because it was a bit less hectic, there are plenty of pubs, clubs and sports bars to pick from on Broad street if you are determined to have your fun. ... [more ]
Museum of the Jewellery Quarter 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #4 of 22
Situated in the suburb of Hockley just outside the city centre, The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter traces the 200 year history of Birmingham as the centre of the British jewelry industry. The museum is based in the original premises of jewellery ... [more ]
Star City 4.0 stars
Building - #5 of 22
Star City is a nice, easy way to put together a day out away from the centre of Birmingham. It's a big shopping complex on the edge of town, with everything you need all in one place. Really there's no thinking required, which is what I love ... [more ]
National Sea Life Centre 3.0 stars
Zoo, Aquarium - #6 of 22
It is unusual for a city not near the coast to have a sea life centre. It is located in the newly redeveloped Brindley Place, by the canals, ICC & NIA and is a 15mins walk to new Street station. There is also parking nearby. I’d say you need ... [more ]
Thinktank-Museum of Science 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #7 of 22
Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum, is a modern museum in Birmingham, just outside the city centre. I have been to this museum, with my grandson. There are 4 floors to explore. They have interactive displays, where children and adults alike, ... [more ]
Primark 4.0 stars
Shopping - #8 of 22
Birmingham is known for it's shopping. And if there is one place that is a must for all of you bargain hunters then it would be Primark on 18 New Street. For all of you non UK residents, if you are by any chance unfamiliar with the Primark ... [more ]
Edgbaston Reservoir 4.0 stars
Building - #9 of 22
Ok, so the British summer may not have been up to much of late, but on a sunny day in Birmingham there´s only one place to head - Edgbaston reservoir. Only 40 minutes´walk from the city centre, you´ll feel like you´ve taken a trip into the ... [more ]
Brindley Place 4.0 stars
Quarter - #10 of 22
Brindley Place is located just off the Broad street. And while Broad street is the party mile, Brindley Place offers a bit of sophistication it has to be said. Maybe it is because we were chatted up by men over 30 and no spotty youths. A ... [more ]
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #11 of 22
Birmingham Museum and Art gallery is located on Chamberlain square and the museum itself is 120 years old. The museum has more then half of million items on display, some of which include the pre-Raphaelite paintings and drawings, in fact this is ... [more ]
Imax 4.0 stars
Cinema - #12 of 22
Truth be told we have only frequented 2 cinemas in Birmingham. For quite a while we went to Odeon (on 139 New Street) however their selection was really not the best. And the theater halls were beyond dingy and the seats beyond uncomfortable. ... [more ]
Selly Oak 4.0 stars
Quarter - #13 of 22
Since students hall of residence Jarratt’s Hall is located a street away from the Selly Oak Road and there are plenty of restaurants so you can pick and choose. And pick and choose we did. We ate the Goose pub (the hamburgers are huge and ... [more ]
Birmingham International Airport 4.0 stars
Airport - #14 of 22
Many people feel a bit anxious before setting off to the airport for both inbound and outbound flights. There's always questions like "when is best to set-off?", "will there be traffic on the road/motorway?", "how early does the check-in desk ... [more ]
ThinkTank 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #15 of 22
ThinkTank at the Millenium point is located on Curzon street in Birmingham's city center. You can find 10 themed galleries spread out over 4 floors. Thinktank actually replaced what was once a Museum of Science and Technology. This is a great ... [more ]
Digbeth 3.0 stars
Quarter - #16 of 22
As a Mancunian in Birmingham I expected to meet hordes of people who would tell me about Birmingham´s superiority (the two cities being deadlocked in an unending argument about which is Britain´s ´second city´), but instead was surprised to find ... [more ]
The Mailbox 3.0 stars
Quarter - #17 of 22
The Mailbox is conveniently located just a short walk from the city centre, behind New Street Station. It is also connected via a bridge and a pathway dotted with more bars (including a small but classy Burlesque Club) along the canal to Broad ... [more ]
The Glee Club 3.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #18 of 22
A comedy club near to china town and the bullring, set in The Arcadian group of pubs, eateries etc. If you can cope with the flocks of drunken British Youth, then the Glee club is not a bad venue. It's generally a comedy club, although they do ... [more ]
The Pen Room Museum and Learning Centre 3.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #19 of 22
They say that the pen is mightier than the sword. That may be true, but thinking about the museums I’ve visited in the past, there's been far more swords than pens. This isn’t the case, however, at The Argent centre in Birmingham. There, at ... [more ]
Arcadian Centre 3.0 stars
Market Place - #20 of 22
If you are looking for an alternative area which is a little more relaxed, there is the Arcadian Centre set in Birmingham's China Town, behind the Bullring shopping centre and markets. As expected of an area dubbed 'China Town', there is a ... [more ]
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