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  1. Attractions are back
    Where will you be exploring first? Have a look through the region’s open attractions and rediscover the best of the West Midlands.
  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. The LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre is a world of colour, creativity and fun for children aged 3 to 12. We offer a wealth of attractions, rides, 4D cinema and more.
  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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Himley Hall and Park

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Himley Hall is a commanding 18th Century building set amongst 180 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown…

The Alchemist Brindleyplace

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Allow us to introduce you to The Alchemist at Brindleyplace in Birmingham, a simply superb addition…

Arrow Valley Country Park

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With 900 acres of public open space and the Arrow Valley Lake, the park provides excellent wildlife…

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  1. Sadler's Pop Up Harborne

    Add Sadler's Pop Up Harborne to your Itinerary

    Address

    High Street, Harborne, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B17 9NS

    Telephone

    0121 427 9570

    BIRMINGHAM

  2. Address

    Yardley Wood Road, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B13 9JX

    BIRMINGHAM

    This local nature reserve, beloved of JRR Tolkien, is rich in wildlife, history and community. Come and explore and have a GREAT Bog Adventure! Moseley Bog is on the site of an old millpond. It is made up of both wet and dry woodland together with…

  3. Add Blakesley Hall to your Itinerary

    Address

    Blakesley Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B25 8RN

    Telephone

    0121 464 2193

    Birmingham

    Blakesley Hall is a Grade II listed Elizabethan house set amidst idyllic grounds with fine period interiors.

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  4. Add Himley Hall and Park to your Itinerary

    Address

    Himley, Dudley, West Midlands, DY3 4DF

    Telephone

    01384 817817

    Dudley

    Himley Hall is a commanding 18th Century building set amongst 180 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped parkland. It now hosts a number of exhibitions and events throughout the year.

  5. Add Lapworth Walk to your Itinerary

    Address

    Old Warwick Road, Lapworth, SOLIHULL, West Midlands, B94 6NA

    SOLIHULL

    An easy-paced 11 mile circuit around south Warwickshire taking in the canal, woodland paths and arable farmland plus some road walking.

  6. Add Edgbaston to your Itinerary

    Address

    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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  7. Add Hanbury Hall (National Trust) to your Itinerary

    Address

    School Road, Hanbury, Droitwich, Worcestershire, WR9 7EA

    Telephone

    01527 821214

    Droitwich

    Inside a mix of interiors await to be discovered, from the restored Hercules rooms and recreated Gothic corridor, to the Smoking Room and magnificent recently restored staircase wall paintings by Sir James Thornhill.  

    Surrounding the house…

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  8. Add The Cut Visitor Centre to your Itinerary

    Address

    193 Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, SY2 6AH

    Telephone

    01952 728070

    Shrewsbury

    Aiming to give all children opportunities to enjoy being outside and discovering wildlife, you can enjoy wildlife and insect trails.

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  9. Add Shakespeare's New Place to your Itinerary

    Address

    22 Chapel Street, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6EP

    Telephone

    01789204016

    Stratford-Upon-Avon

    Shakespeare's New Place - Shakespeare's grand family home.

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  10. Add Wightwick Manor and Gardens (National Trust) to your Itinerary

    Address

    Wightwick Bank, WOLVERHAMPTON, West Midlands, WV6 8EE

    Telephone

    (01902) 761400

    WOLVERHAMPTON

    Constructed in 1887, the manor captures 19th-century life in England with its antique furnishings and impressive collection of pre-Raphaelite artworks.

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