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Attractions

 

| Big Brum | Baskerville House | Birmingham Cathedral | Birmingham Council House | Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery | BT Tower | Chamberlain Memorial  | Chinese Pagoda | Flame of Hope | Floozie in the Jacuzzi Fountain | Town Hall |

 

Theatres & Entertainment

| Hippodrome Birmingham | Old Rep Birmingham | O2 Academy

 

 

Shopping

| The Arcadian | The Bullring | The Mailbox | The Pallasades | The Pavillions | The Square | Great Western Arcade |

 

Transport

| Moor Street Railway Station | New Street Railway Station | Snow Hill Railway Station | Rail Route Maps | Train Tickets & Timetables |

| Digbeth Coach station |

Birmingham attractions

 

 


Big Brum
Photo by Matthew Black

Big Brum

 

Big Brum is the locals name for the square clock tower that soars from the corner Council House on one side & the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery on the other, the chimes of which are similar to those of Londons Houses of Parliament..

 

The Council House was built in 1879 and Big Brum added in 1885.

 



Birmingham Town Hall at night
Photo by ahisgett

Birmingham Town Hall

 

The building of the Town Hall started in 1832 and opened in an unfinished state 2 years later with a Musical festival.

 

The building is faced with Marble with a brick core. In 1835 the building was stengthened and enlarged in both 1837 & 1850.

 

The magnificent concert pipe organ fills one end of the hall and has 6,000 pipes.

 

Address: Victoria Square, Birmingham, England


 


Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Photo by ell brown


Birmingham Museum Art Gallery Industrial Gallery
Photo by ell brown

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

 

The massive museum & art gallery is the largest local authority one in England containing over half a million world wide objects that date from 200,000 years ago through to the present date.

 

Entrance is usually free, but there may be a charge for special events or exebitions.

 

Opening Times:

Monday - Thursday 10am - 5pm

Friday 10.30am - 5pm

Sat 10am - 5pm

Sunday 12.30pm - 5pm  

 


 


Birmingham BT Tower
Photo by ell brown

BT Tower

 

The BT tower in Birmingham was opened by Birminghams Lord Mayor Alderman James S. Meadows in 1967 and took 3 years to build.

 

The tower has 26 ofice & equipment stories and a further 5 gallery levels housing the various aerials

 

 

The square shape of the tower has specially designed corners to minimize swaying in high winds and which also improve the look of the tower.

 

Permission to increase it's height from 500 feet (150 metres) to 600 feet (180 metres) was refused by the Ministry of Aviation.


 


St Philips Cathedral
Photo by ahisgett

Birmingham Cathedral

 


 

Chamberlain Memorial
Chamberlain Memorial
Photo by ell brown

Chamberlain Memorial

 


 


Birmingham Council House
Photo by ell brown

Birmingham Council House

 


 


Floozie in the Jacuzzi Fountain
Photo by ell brown

Floozie in the Jacuzzi Fountain

 


 


Baskerville House
Photo by ell brown


Baskerville House Coat of Arms
Photo by ell brown

Baskerville House

 


 


Chinese Pagoda Birmingham
Photo by ell brown

Chinese Pagoda

 


 

 


The Flame of Hope
Photo by ell brown

The Flame of Hope

 


 

 

 


 

Shopping in Birmingham

 


Birmingham Bullring at Chistmas
Photo by House of Hall

Birmingham Bullring Bridge
Birmingham Bullring Bridge
Photo by Wootang01

The Bullring

 


 


 

 

Great Western Arcade

 


 

 

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The Arcadian
Photo by ell brown

The Arcadian

 

The Arcadian has a large number of Bars, Night clubs, Cafes & Restaurants which make it a mini nightlife centre.

 

It is also popular as a meeting venue or pre / post drinking or dining for theatre goes, going to the nearby Hippodrome & Alexandra Theatres

 

The Arcadian also hosts several shops & businesses

 

Website

 


 


The Mailbox
Photo by avail
The Mailbox at night
Photo by Benjamin Ellis

The Mailbox

 


 


The Pallasades
Photo by ell brown

The Pallasades Shopping Centre

 

Website


 

 

 

The Pavillions Shopping Centre

 


Located Above New Street Railway Station

 

The Square Shopping Centre

 


 

Theatres & Entertainment

 

 


Birmingham Hippodrome

Cinderella at the Birmingham Hippodrome

Birmingham Hippodrome

 

Within the theatre are Bars & a restaurant

 

The Hippodrome theatre presents a vast array of shows that include:

  • Musicals
  • Ballet - The theatre is the home of the Birmingham Royal Ballet
  • Opera - Welch National Opera visit the theatre 3 times a year.
  • Comedy
  • Drama
  • Kids
  • Dance

 

Address: Birmingham Hippodrome, Hurst St, Southside, Birmingham, B5 4TB

Website


 

 


Old Rep Birmingham
Photo by ahisgett

Old Rep Birmingham

 

 

 


 

Repertory Theatre

 

Known as 'The Rep' was built in 1990 facing Centenary Square to replace the original Repertory Theatre now renamed 'The Old Rep'

 


 

O2 Academy Birmingham

 

The O2 Academy in Birmingham is a Music & Concert venue has 3 performance areas named 1, 2 and 3. Each one has it's own box office & queuing area so that all 3 venues can be open at the same time.

 

  • Academy 1. The main auditorium can hold over 3000 people with seating for 600 on the 3 sides balcony, and is where the gigs of top international performers are presented.
  • Academy 2. can hold 600
  • Academy 3. can hold 250

 

The 2 smaller area often promote new & up & comming talented artists.

 

Address: O2 Academy ( 1, 2 or 3) Birmingham, 16-18 Horsefair, Bristol Street, B1 1DB


 

Birmingam Symphony Hall

 

Built in Home of the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra who moved here from the Town Hall.

 


 

 

 

Railway Stations

 

Birmingham New St Station aerial
Birmingham New St Station aerial

Photo by Ted and Jen Birmingham New St Station artist
Birmingham New St Station artist impression
Photo by ell brown

New Street Railway Station

 

Due to work at and near to the station is causing traffic delays

 

Map of New Street Railway Station 

Map

 

New Street Information - National Rail Information

 

Map of New Street Railway Station Parking

While the Pallasades Car Park is closed see map for alternative parking - Map in PDF format

 

Taxis

Outside the front of the station - directional signage at the station

 


| Moor Street Railway Station | New Street Railway Station | Snow Hill Railway Station | Rail Route Maps | Train Tickets & Timetables |

| Digbeth Coach station |

 

 

 

Birmingham Moor Street Station
Birmingham Moor Street Station
Photo by ell brown
Birmingham Moor Street Station 2011
Photo by calflier001

Moor Street Railway Station

 

Moor Street Railway Station Bus & Taxi Map

Also contains a map showing the locations of Moor Street, Birmingham New Street & Snow Hill Stations.

 

Download Map in PDF format

 

Taxis

The Taxi rank is on Colmore Row just before Church Street

 

Leave the Station by the Livery Street Exit & turn left. Turn right into the one way street Colmore Row and the taxi rank is on the right 100 meters along the street just before the church tower on the left.

 

 


 

Birmingham Snow Hill Entrance
Birmingham Snow Hill Entrance
Photo by ketmonkey

Birmingham Snow Hill Platform
Photo by ketmonkey

Snow Hill Railway Station

 

Snow Hill Railway Station Bus & Taxi Map

 

Download Map in PDF format


Train Tickets & Timetables

 


 

Railway route Maps

 

Birmingam & West Midlands Map

 


Download this PDF diagramatic map

 

Coach Station

 

Birmingham Coach Station
Birmingham Coach Station
Photo by amandabhslater

Digbeth Coach station

 


The coach station in Digbeth opened in 2009 and is operated by National Express who have routes throughout the UK.