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Things To Do In Birmingham



Love It!

Why We Love Birmingham

It's hot!
Birmingham is proud to lay claim to some of the hottest and tastiest curry restaurants in the UK!

It's generous.
Brum is very budget-friendly giving you far more fun for your money, so you can pack more in.

It's big!
The UK's second-largest city, it packs in so many great activities, bars, restaurants, galleries and more.

Move It!

How To Get Around Birmingham

The UK's second-largest city, it packs in so many great activities, bars, restaurants, galleries and more.

The city is crisscrossed by a number of canals which are great to ride on, walk along or hire a bike and explore some of the canal-side bars and cafés.

Go green. There's no greener form of transport than foot-power, the city centre is compact enough to be explored on foot and find the real hidden gems.

Nightlife

Things To Do In Birmingham At Night

With over 1,000,000 residents, the UK's second-largest city (after London) has an abundance of party pleasures and things to do in Birmingham at night to get your party started. Whether it's dancing, sipping cocktails, exploring the famous Balti Triangle or cracking up to some of the UK's hottest new stand-up comedians, Birmingham is packed with Brilliant nightlife without stinging you for capital city prices. Quite simply one of the best party cities in the UK and it won't break the bank.

To Do List

Things to Do In Birmingham

  • Balti Triangle - Three roads contain the highest concentration of curry houses and is the birthplace of the Balti curry.
  • Custard Factory - Trendy venue packed with everything from artisan crafts to a funky independent cinema and restaurant.
  • Cadbury World - An entire world, dedicated to Cadbury chocolate. If that doesn't excite you, you need to check your pulse!
  • Mosely Bog - This beautiful area is where JRR Tolkien gained inspiration for The Lord of the Rings.
  • Canal Quarter - Home to hipster cafés, independent breweries and all kinds of hidden gems.
  • Eat! - Away from London, B'ham has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other UK city for you to enjoy.
  • Birmingham Museum & Gallery - One of the country's best museums, with everything from Da Vinci to Black Sabbath.
  • National Sea Life Centre - Under da sea, under da sea, darlin' it's better down where it's wetter, take it from me...
  • Have A Cuppa - There are few joys in any city quite so delicious as afternoon tea with delicate sandwiches and cake. Read more...

OMG!

3 Weird Birmingham Facts

  • Cluedo was invented in Birmingham, by the clerk (Anthony Pratt), in the office, with the pen.
  • The Hobbit comes from Birmingham. Well, he's not a local but author JRR Tolkein was and is said to have been inspired by the city.
  • Brum is also credited as being the birthplace of Heavy Metal. Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Led Zeppelin are all Brummie bands.

Neighbourhoods

Best Bits of Birmingham

Jewellery Quarter - Home of the UK's jewellery production, with 200 historic buildings that still feels relevant and trendy, packed with great bars.

Canal Quarter - Home to some of the city's best bars, restaurants, a buzzing place to be both day and night.

Edgebaston - Big houses, smart restaurants, posh schools, one of the city's most affluent suburbs.

Digbeth - That weird kid at school who was always wiping his nose on his jumper but has gone on to become a millionaire. That's Digbeth.

Kings Heath - Great nightlife with a selection of independent pubs and live music. A great place to rock out.

Bullring - In and around the Bullring is a shopper's paradise if you're looking for more things to do in Birmingham.

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