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  1. At home in the West Midlands
    The global coronavirus pandemic means that we’re not able to travel, meet people, and experience the West Midlands like we usually can. This is a section on how we can support our local businesses. Plus ideas, inspiration and fun for residents whilst staying at home.
  2. Cycling
    With miles of canals and a compact city centre, what better way to explore Birmingham and the wider region than by bicycle?
  3. From gastronomic restaurants to eating freshly baked cronuts in an art gallery, Birmingham has plenty on offer when it comes to making the most unique memories.
  4. Birmingham is a shopper’s paradise. Whether you're seeking head-turning chic or eye-catching value, it’s all here.
  5. Recommended for...
    Recommended for... families, dog-friendly, on a budget, rainy days, accessibility, groups and more. Let us inspire you, whatever your needs!
  6. Parks & Countryside
    Birmingham has acres of green spaces waiting to be explored.
  7. The Jewellery Quarter
    Vibrant - full of great restaurants and bars, and historic - where over 40% of British jewellery is created.
  8. You're in the right place for some ground-breaking inspo when it comes to planning what to see and where to visit in the region.

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National Trust - Greyfriars' House and Garden

Add National Trust - Greyfriars' House and Garden to your Itinerary

Discover medieval merchants house and walled garden, rescued from demolition in Worcester city…

Sarehole Mill

Add Sarehole Mill to your Itinerary

Sarehole Mill is a 250 year old working watermill famous for its association with author J.R.R…

Red House Glass Cone

Add Red House Glass Cone to your Itinerary

Reaching 100ft into the sky this glass heritage visitor attraction is an impressive site on the…

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  1. Add Lapworth Museum of Geology to your Itinerary

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    Aston Webb Building, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B15 2TT

    Telephone

    0121 414 7294

    Edgbaston, BIRMINGHAM

    Enabling visitors to explore life over the past 3.5 billion years, the Lapworth Museum showcases exceptional objects from one of the UK's most outstanding geological collections, with state-of-the-art galleries and a range of innovative and…

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  2. Add Earlswood Lakes to your Itinerary

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    Wood Lane, Earlswood, SOLIHULL, West Midlands, B94 5JH

    SOLIHULL

    Earlswood Lakes is made up of three 22 acre reservoirs; Terry's Pool, Windmill Pool and Engine Pool.  

    This is an ideal location for bird watching - look closely and you might even be lucky enough to pick out the rare Lesser Spotted Woodpecker!

  3. Add The Alchemist Brindleyplace to your Itinerary

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    The Waters Edge, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B1 2HL

    Telephone

    0121 794 2164

    BIRMINGHAM

    Allow us to introduce you to The Alchemist at Brindleyplace in Birmingham, a simply superb addition to our family of devilishly delightful cocktail and dining experiences. Surrounded by Birmingham’s labyrinth of canals and steeped in their dark…

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  4. Add Edgbaston to your Itinerary

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    Edgbaston Road, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B5 7QU

    Telephone

    0844 635 1902

    BIRMINGHAM

    Edgbaston, home of Warwickshire County Cricket Club, is the second largest cricket stadium in the UK with a capacity of 25,000 and is based just one mile from Birmingham City Centre.

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  5. Add Stratford Butterfly Farm to your Itinerary

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    Butterfly Farm, Swans Nest Lane, STRATFORD-UPON-AVON, Warwickshire, CV37 7LS

    Telephone

    01789 299 288

    STRATFORD-UPON-AVON

    Come rain or shine enjoy the unique pleasure of discovering hundreds of the world’s most beautiful butterflies flying in an exotic environment of tropical blossom with splashing waterfalls and fish filled pools. Situated in the historic market town…

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  6. Add Dudley Museum at The Archives to your Itinerary

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    Tipton Road, DUDLEY, West Midlands, DY1 4SQ

    Telephone

    01384 811280

    DUDLEY

    Follow Dudley’s story from pre-history to this present day, as well as the fantastic selection of fossils, geology displays and collections.

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    Places for People and Urban Splash have made home-from-home virtual viewings a reality, rolling out a virtual desktop experience for customers interested in homes at Port Loop in Birmingham.

    Future homeowners are taken on a virtual tour of the…

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  8. Add Highbury Hall to your Itinerary

    Address

    Yew Tree Road, Moseley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 8QG

    Telephone

    0121 449 6549

    Birmingham

    Located only 3 miles from B'ham City Centre. Highbury Hal offers the best of tranquil and secluded setting. Easily accessible to town by bus/train. Enjoy the privacy and tradition of this magnificent Grade II listed mansion house.

  9. Add The Electric Cinema to your Itinerary

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    47-49 Station Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 4DY

    Telephone

    0121 643 7879

    Birmingham

    The cinema is the oldest working cinema in the UK, first opening on 27th December 1909. The building is also home to a full bar and luxury sofa seating with waiter service. Advanced booking is recommended.

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  10. Add Port Loop to your Itinerary

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    Rotton Park Street, Edgbaston, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B16 0AB

    BIRMINGHAM

    A new, one-acre park will open in Birmingham this month – and there will be a free family fun day on Sunday 21st July to mark the occasion. 

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