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In the 18th and 19th centuries the city was the centre of the industrial revolution, when the factories dominated, making major developments in the fields of technology and science. Today, Birmingham is the second largest city in the UK. Still, it’s easy to explore thanks to an efficient public transport network of trains and buses. Or you could always explore by boat using the canals of the city, old relics of the industrial revolution.
Victoria Square is the focal point of the city and many of the major attractions are within walking distance of here. Discover Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, scour The Mailbox in search of fancy clothes and admire the 18th-century architecture of the Cathedral of Birmingham.
Discover the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum and learn all about the impact of the industrial revolution on the city and further afield. For younger visitors there are interactive activities like a giant hamster wheel and a cart with square wheels.
Go to the Jewellery Quarter, just west of the city centre, to buy original and authentic handmade jewellery. Want something a little more mainstream? At the Bullring Shopping Centre, just south of centre, you can find all the major label stores and independent boutiques.
The music scene in Birmingham comes alive in the summer months. Enjoy during the Birmingham Jazz Festival free concerts, head to Symphony Hall for top orchestras and world-renowned musicians, with hundreds of events held every year.
Take time to explore the approximately 3237 acres of public parks, hit the golf courses and try your hand(s) at rowing the ponds in Sutton Park, or step in the footsteps of JRR Tolkien in Sarehole Mill. All these locations are just a short train ride from the city centre.
Birmingham is a food-lover’s heaven, with African, Caribbean, Chinese and Indian cuisine on offer everywhere. In the south of the city you will find the Curry Mile, which takes its name from the many Indian restaurants - something you should not miss. Then for desert visit a chocolate tastings kick in Cadbury World – what a way to end the day.
In the heart of Birmingham, just minutes walk from New Street Train Station, the Bull Ring Shopping Centre and the vibrant bars on Broad Street. The International Convention Centre is just across the road. Also near the National Indoor Arena, and only 10 minutes by train from both Birmingham International Airport and National Exhibition Centre.
This centrally located hotel is a 5-minute walk to Birmingham New Street Station and is near the National Indoor Arena, the International Convention Centre, and Bullring Shopping Centre.
Located in Bickenhill, this hotel is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from National Exhibition Centre and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Genting Arena. National Motorcycle Museum and Brueton Park are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in The Westside, this spa hotel is within a 5-minute walk of The Mailbox and Alexandra Theatre. International Convention Centre and Bullring Shopping Centre are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Bordesley, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum and Bullring Shopping Centre. Birmingham Cathedral and Arcadian Centre are also within 15 minutes.
Located in The Westside, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Birmingham Royal Ballet, Alexandra Theatre, and Arcadian Centre. Bullring Shopping Centre and The Mailbox are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Bordesley, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Birmingham Central Mosque and Arcadian Centre. Bullring Shopping Centre and Alexandra Theatre are also within 1 mi (2 km).
High-rise Jurys Inn Birmingham is a 5-minute taxi ride from Birmingham New Street Train Station, and it's just a little farther to the iconic Bullring Shopping Centre. The International Convention Centre is a 2-minute walk from the hotel.