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Places To Visit In Birmingham

The Vaults

The Vaults is a place to relax and unwind. The chic eatery and debonair lounge bar boasts private booths and metropolitan vibes infused with local contemporary art.

Mail Box

At The Mailbox you'll find exclusive stores, waterside restaurants, cafe bars, hotels, salons and galleries and the BBC public space, where you can go behind the scenes and see programmes broadcast live..

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is a vibrant museum in the heart of the city with over 40 galleries displaying world-class collections of art, social history, archaeology and ethnography.

The museum holds centuries of European history and culture and is home to art collections of international importance, there is also a celebration of local and industrial history in the ever-changing exhibitions.

China Town / Gay Village

A wander around Birmingham’s Chinatown takes in a myriad of restaurants and cafés offering authentic menus from Northern China all the way to Malaysia, with some of the city’s hippest nightspots in between. Feel like dancing off your dinner? If you’re into funky house, electro or a bit of fun-filled karaoke, Chinatown has the venue for you.

The area is overflowing with fabulous bars, clubs and restaurants so whether it’s a quick coffee, amazing cabaret or disco you’re after, you’ll find a venue to love.

Birmingham International Airport (BHX)

Birmingham Airport is a global travel hub - yet only 10 minutes from the city centre. With great transport links and a wide business and leisure route network, it’s the perfect gateway to the Birmingham region and beyond.

Award-winning Birmingham Airport boasts more than 200 direct and connecting flights and new routes to and from key business and leisure destinations. Just 10km from the centre of Birmingham the airport is connected by rail, road and bus, in 10 minutes, you can find yourself right in the centre of things and be ready to start exploring the city.

Birmingham's Canal's

With more miles of canal than Venice, there are plenty of beautiful views, stunning modern developments like the Cube and restored industrial heritage buildings to enjoy during a peaceful boat journey in Birmingham.

Barclaycard Arena

Whether it's 15,800 screaming fans or an intimate, atmospheric once-in-a-lifetime experience, you'll find it here,one of the best places to go in Birmingham.

Home to everything from record breaking sports to Mickey Mouse and friends; from the latest pop sensations to side splitting comedy from some of the world’s best comics, Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena is bigger and better than ever bringing you events you won’t want to forget!

Bullring - Birmingham City Centre

Bullring is the glamorous heart of Birmingham with over 160 imaginative and desirable shops to explore. Since opening in 2003 Bullring has helped to transform shopping in Birmingham – making it one of the most popular destinations for retail therapy in the UK.

The NEC

More than 140 events are held at The NEC every year and over 2 million people a year pass through its 20 halls visiting major consumer events like Clothes Show Live, Crufts and BBC Gardeners World or global trade fairs like IFSEC and Spring Fair.

Jewellery Quarter

This area of unique character has been described by English Heritage as a 'national treasure' and as having a 'particular combination of structures associated with jewellery and metalworking which does not seem to exist anywhere else in the world'.

Broad Street

Birmingham’s most dynamic entertainment destination offers everything from intimate canalside bars and international club nights, to comedy and great restaurants. Broad Street is well known for being the centre of the nightlife action. With clubs playing a variety of music, ranging from the biggest dance and house anthems to alternative indie and dubstep, Broad Street does have something for everyone.


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