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Birmingham’s winters are pretty typical for central England—limited daylight hours, chilly days, and endless damp. But that doesn’t dim its charms as holiday markets come to life and dozens of indoor activities are available to huddle up with locals.
There’s no better place in the U.K. to score a one-of-a-kind gift than Birmingham’s Jewelry Quarter. Local craftspeople have carried on the neighborhood’s trade for decades, with gold, silver, and diamonds shimmering on every block.
Whether you need to load up on more gifts or just want to get into the holiday spirit, the Birmingham Frankfurt Christmas Market is the perfect festive stop. It’s Europe’s largest holiday market outside of Germany, and it’s tailor made for nighttime strolls.
Get a culture fix at the Midlands Arts Center, which packs in a full roster of performing arts throughout the year. It’s a great indoor option when the weather is gloomy and cold.
When spring break is in the air, taking in Brum—as the locals call Birmingham—is an even more pleasant affair. There are plenty of cool neighborhoods to explore in the city center, and historic destinations nearby that are worth a springtime day trip. And when it’s too chilly, simply pop into a pub for a warm up.
Cream Eggs and chocolate are just a few of the signs of spring and perhaps no other destination in the U.K. is as synonymous with spring as Cadbury World, just to the south of Birmingham’s City Centre.
From its humble beginnings as a one-venue film fest, the Flatpack Festival has blossomed into a major cultural moment in Birmingham, with films, performances, and visual installations all around town in May.
While you may have to look hard to spot any elves, wizards, or hobbits, a J.R.R. Tolkien tour of Moseley Bog is a must for fantasy fans, and the area is even more lush and green in springtime. The landscapes and buildings here are believed to have inspired the author’s Lord of the Rings vision.
Rain is likely if you’re visiting Brum in the spring, so take shelter with a pint or a whiskey at The Bartons Arms, which has been slinging drinks and pub fare in its elegant Victorian home for over 100 years.
The warmest temperatures of the year make walking Birmingham’s City Centre a delight. Nightlife thumps on until late, day trips out of town are less likely to get rained out, and there’s even more daylight to explore revitalized city districts.
What was once a post-industrial husk on Birmingham’s West Side is now one of its liveliest neighborhoods. The canals here are popular places to stroll, especially on a summer night, and you’ll find tons of nightclubs, bars, cafes, and restaurants (especially around the Gas Street Basin).
While the Birmingham Botanical Gardens are open year round, the entire 15-acre property is at its best in the summer. Head here for a much-needed dose of green after days spent in Brum’s hectic center.
Long summer days are the perfect time to explore Birmingham’s creative underground with a visit to the Custard Factory, in trendy Digbeth. Artists' studios and quirky shops call the area home, and street art, single-origin coffee, and hipster bars are along the streets surrounding the 100-plus-year-old building.
As the West Midlands region lights up in spectacular fall foliage, Birmingham remains a great destination despite chillier days and more frequent rain. That’s extra true for fans of spooky nights and local traditions.
With daylight dwindling, Birmingham and the West Midlands go into festival mode with Bonfire Night. The event takes place in early November and includes massive fireworks displays around the region plus carnival rides, food vendors, and—yes—bonfires.
Level up your leaf-peeping game by pairing it with a seemingly limitless list of historic castles on the way to the Shropshire Hills Area of Natural Beauty. Some of the most notable properties include Stokesay Castle, Ludlow Castle, and Broncroft Castle as well as the ruins of the Wenlock Priory abbey.
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- Birmingham Back to Backs*Visits to the Birmingham Back to Backs houses are by guided tours only and must be booked in advance. Accessible ground floor tours are also available. Please book your visit through the website.* Experience 200 years of working people's lives in the heart of the city. An atmospheric glimpse into the lives of the ordinary people who helped make Birmingham an extraordinary city. On a fascinating guided tour, step back in time at Birmingham's last surviving court of back to backs; houses built literally back-to-back around a communal courtyard. Moving from the 1840s through to the 1970s, discover the lives of some of the former residents who crammed into these small houses to live and work. The Birmingham Back to Backs are cared for by the National Trust. Please note, the houses have steep winding staircases. A ground floor only tour is also available which is accessible by wheelchair.Read more
- Cadbury WorldUncover a world of chocolate delights and enjoy a fascinating, fun-packed day out at Cadbury World. From learning how your favourite confectionery is made and uncovering the fascinating story of Cadbury chocolate, to playing in chocolate rain and adding your favourite treat to a delicious pot of warm liquid Cadbury Dairy Milk. You'll discover the origins of the cocoa bean amidst trees and waterfalls in the Aztec Jungle, before jumping on board the magical Cadabra ride and visiting the brand new 4D Chocolate Adventure zone, a 4D cinema experience featuring Cadbury's most popular characters. Cadbury World is located in the grounds of the original Cadbury factory, but isn't a tour of the factory itself. Instead, you'll discover the history, the making and the magic of Cadbury confectionery as you journey through our chocolatey zones.Read more
- Birmingham HippodromeBirmingham Hippodrome is an independent, not-for-profit, registered charity. The unsubsidised Hurst Street based venue averages over 500,000 visits annually making it the most popular single auditorium in the UK. With no public revenue funding, it is home to Birmingham Royal Ballet and DanceXchange, presents all of Welsh National Opera's repertoire, welcomes the best in international dance, West End and Broadway musicals and is home to the world's biggest Pantomime. Birmingham Hippodrome is currently expanding its Creative Programme building on its successful work in schools and in the community, and with free outdoor performances. With partners including Arts Council England, Birmingham City Council and private funders, the Hippodrome has recently enjoyed co-producing and producing new events including Six Summer Saturdays, International Dance Festival Birmingham, The Voyage (for the London 2012 Festival) and Summer in Southside.Read more
- Symphony HallBirmingham's world-famous acoustically refined 2262 capacity concert hall presents a diverse programme of jazz, world, folk, rock, pop and classical music concerts, organ recitals, spoken word, dance, family, educational and community performances each year, as well as conferences, graduation ceremonies, business meetings and major broadcasts.Symphony Hall is managed alongside sister venue Town Hall, by the registered charity Performances Birmingham Ltd, and is home to the Birmingham International Concert Season and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.Read more
- Villa Park Stadium TourHow do you fancy looking out onto Villa Park's hallowed turf? Or would you love to check out the first team dressing room? If the answer is yes, join us for an unforgettable day out at one of English football's most historic venues. Soak up the atmosphere and walk in the footsteps of Villa's finest players, both past and present, in an amazing experience which highlights the club's proud history. Take the manager's position on the bench and give your verdict on the game in the post-match interview room. Imagine the roar of the crowd as you emerge from the players tunnel and out into the 42,640 capacity stadium. Get a real feel for how the players prepare in the hours leading up to a match by paying a visit to the players lounge and dressing rooms. This exciting and informative tour allows access to areas that are only available to players and officials. We promise you a tour you will never forget, so have your cameras ready for those personal mementos of your visit.Read more
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- National SEA LIFE Centre BirminghamDive and be wowed by the many strange, beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep as you journey through the amazing underwater world of The National SEA LIFE Centre Brimingham. Prepare for astonishing close views of everything from humble starfish to tropical sharks. To get any closer you'll have to get wet!Read more
- Birmingham Museum & Art GalleryThis place is temporarily closed. Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is currently closed for essential infrastructure works. BMAG is planned to re-open to visitors in 2024 – the exact date is to be confirmed.Read more
- Winterbourne House and GardenRestored to its Edwardian Arts and Craft splendour, Winterbourne House is a unique heritage attraction – set within seven acres of beautiful botanic gardens. Only minutes from Birmingham city centre, Winterbourne is a hidden gem – home to beautiful antiques and over 6,000 plant species from around the world. Wander along the woodland walk, stroll through the hazelnut tunnel, cross the 1930’s Japanese Bridge or simply soak up the tranquillity of this perfectly English Edwardian home.Read more
- National Motorcycle MuseumThe National Motorcycle Museums award winning facilities provides a truly unique venue for your conference, seminar, banquet or function. Breathtaking displays of literally hundreds of fully restored British motorcycles are on hand to provide an extra attraction to your delegates. We aim to offer more than a unique venue, however. We know that the success of any function is dependent upon the backing and support of an experienced and caring staff. 13 luxuriously appointed and newly renovated suites, ranging from just 5 to up to 1000 delegates offer the flexibility to suite most requirements. The National Motorcycle Museum is at the hub of the country’s motorway system and rail network, with Birmingham International railway station just five-minutes taxi ride away. Access from everywhere within the UK is direct and overseas visitors praise the excellent international services provided at Birmingham Airport, which is less than two miles in distance away. The National Exhibition Centre is also near the Museum complex and we offer vast car parking facilities.Many of our clients are ‘blue-chip’ companies from home and overseas. They come back to us time after time – we know you will too, and look forward to seeing you to discuss your requirements in the near future.Read more
- Edgbaston Park Hotel & Conference Centre, The Beeches, and The Bournbrook Inn are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Cadbury World. See the full list: Hotels near Cadbury World.
- Popular hotels close to National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham include Novotel Birmingham Centre Hotel, Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - City Centre, an IHG Hotel, and Birmingham City Centre Broad Street hotel. See the full list: Hotels near National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham.
- Popular hotels close to Birmingham Intl Airport include Novotel Birmingham Airport, Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport - Nec, an IHG Hotel, and Hilton Garden Inn Birmingham Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Birmingham Intl Airport.
- A few of the most popular hotels near Birmingham Back to Backs are easyHotel Birmingham City Centre, Travelodge Birmingham Central Bull Ring, and Hotel ibis Birmingham Centre New Street. See the full list: Hotels near Birmingham Back to Backs.
- Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Birmingham are Novotel Birmingham Airport, Aloft Birmingham Eastside, and Staybridge Suites Birmingham, an IHG Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Birmingham.
- Popular cheap hotels in Birmingham include Travelodge Birmingham Perry Barr, Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport - Nec, an IHG Hotel, and Premier Inn Birmingham (Great Barr/M6 J7) Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Birmingham.
- The High Field Town House, Novotel Birmingham Airport, and Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport - Nec, an IHG Hotel all received great reviews from families travelling in Birmingham. See the full list: Family Hotels in Birmingham.
- Clover Spa & Hotel, The High Field Town House, and Staying Cool at Rotunda received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Birmingham. See the full list: Romantic Hotels in Birmingham.