Victoria Square And Birmingham City Centre

The Birmingham City Centre Path leads to Victoria Square, which is the city's beating heart.

Birmingham Museum And Art Gallery

The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, which opened in 1885, is widely regarded as one of the best museums in the country.

Birmingham Botanical Garden

Innumerable species can be found in the 15-acre gardens of Birmingham, which date from the nineteenth century.

ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum

The Birmingham Science Museum is a must-see attraction for everyone interested in science.

National Sea Life Centre

The National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions, with over sixty displays devoted to marine life.

Jewellery Quarter

More than 200 jewellers' workshops and silversmiths produce approximately 40% of Britain's jewellery in this region.

St. Philip’s Cathedral

The history of St. Philip's Cathedral is extensive. The cathedral was built as a parish church in 1715 and was elevated to its current status in 1905.

Barber Institute Of Fine Art

The Barber Institute of Fine Arts is located near Birmingham University and houses famous works of art from the Renaissance to the twentieth century.

Cadbury World

Visitors can learn about the history of chocolate and Cadbury in a fun way, as well as the manufacturing process of Cadbury, one of the world's largest confectioners.

Black Country Living Museum

This 26-acre museum, located just 9 miles from Birmingham, provides a rich insight into mining history.