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Exciting array of activities

Things to do in Birmingham

Are you looking for an exciting array of activities in the heart of England? Birmingham, with its vibrant cultural scene, historical landmarks, and family-friendly attractions, offers a plethora of experiences for locals and tourists alike. Discover our ultimate guide to things to do in Birmingham and create unforgettable memories in this dynamic city.

Birmingham Canal Walk

Local walks

Whether you’re looking for a morning breath of fresh air, a post-lunch leg stretch or a full-day wander to explore the area, our suburban location benefits us with a range of local walks for you to enjoy during your stay.

Dudley Zoo Tiger Daseep

Local attractions

Treat the family to some of the UK’s best love attractions, all within easy reach from our Birmingham hotel. Chocolate lovers will adore a visit to Cadbury World while those wild at heart can discover an array of wildlife at West Midlands Safari Park. For those eager for a spot of shopping, we’re just 20 minutes from Birmingham city centre.

legoland Birmingham

Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham: A Visitor’s Guide

The Legoland Discovery Centre in Birmingham offer visitors who are unable to visit the Legoland Theme Parks an opportunity to experience the magic of Lego.

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Walsall Arboretum Lake

Walsall Arboretum: A Visitor’s Guide

Walsall Arboretum was opened in 1874 and has become one the most popular places to visit in Walsall. It’s close proximity to the town centre makes it a favourite with visitors of all ages throughout the year.

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Wightwick Manor

Wightwick Manor And Gardens: A Visitor’s Guide

Built in 1887, Wightwick Manor and Gardens has been under National Trust ownership since 1937 when it was donated by Geoffrey Mander.

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Black Country Living Museum

Black Country Living Museum: A Visitor’s Guide

Located in the centre of the Black Country and covering 26 acres of land, the Black Country Living Museum displays wonderful examples of historic buildings that have been rebuilt and refurbished.

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Aston Villa Badge

Villa Park Football Stadium: A Visitor’s Guide

Located in Aston and best-known as the home of Aston Villa Football Club, Villa Park has been in use since 1897. It can currently accommodate almost 43,000 fans on match days.

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Packwood House

Packwood House: A Visitor’s Guide

A fine example of a Tudor manor house, Packwood House was built in the 1560s, restored in the 1930s and has been owned by the National Trust since the 1940s.

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Birmingham Hippodrome

Birmingham Hippodrome: A Visitor’s Guide

Ever since it opened in 1899, Birmingham Hippodrome has offered diverse entertainment in the form of pantomime, musicals, opera, comedy, dance and ballet.

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National Sea Life Centre Birmingham

National Sea Life Centre Birmingham: A Visitor’s Guide

The ocean tank at National Sea Life Centre Birmingham has a capacity of more than 1,000,000 litres of water and, since it opened in 1996, has been home to more than 2,000 underwater creatures.

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Bull Ring Birmingham

The Bullring & Grand Central: A Visitor’s Guide

The Bullring and Grand Central are two shopping centres in Birmingham. They are connected via a link bridge, making their combined presence the largest city centre shopping destination in the United Kingdom.

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Dudley Zoo Benji Orangutang

Dudley Zoo & Castle: A Visitor’s Guide

Dudley Zoo & Castle is one of the most popular attractions in the West Midlands and is regularly visited by guests staying at the Westmead Hotel.

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