Restaurants and Town Centre attractions
A huge group of Pakistani restaurants situated on Ladypool Road, Moseley Road, Stoney Lane and Stratford Road.
European-style pedestrian plaza.
Heart of Birmingham city centre close to the War memorial.
Surrounded by modern buildings with art galleries, bars and restaurants.
Take a trip by boat around Birmingham's miles of canal waterways.
Club/bar for all Jazz lovers.
Meander through over a 100 jewellery shops and workshops.
Museums : Arts and Culture
Built in 1932, this institute has acquired the following famous masters. Rubens Martini, Bellini, Murillo and Gainsborough.
Pre-Raphaelite paintings and other works by many other Victorian artists.
Demonstrates the skills that made Birmingham the centre of the British jewelry industry.
Large collections of Pre-Raphaelite paintings, as well as paintings by many other Victorian artists.
A must for the motorcycle enthusiast.
Birmingham Museum of Transport
A collection of buses, fire engines, London Transport buses and battery-electric milk floats and bread vans.
Kids love this not mention Mums and Dads. Go on spoil yourself.
Kings Heath Park: Gardeners World
The location of the BBC's Gardeners World, this delightful park serves as a family gathering place for picnics and recreation.