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  • 1 Back to Backs Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    55-63 Hurst Street & 50-54 Inge Street GB - Birmingham B5 4TE

    This agglomeration of four restored houses on a courtyard offers an extraordinary trip back in time, to the daily life of four familes in 1840, 1870, 1930 and 1970 respectively. Furniture, objects, silverware, costume and mementoes vividly bring thes..

  • 2 Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Chamberlain Square GB - Birmingham B3 3DH

    The pride of the city, Birmingham Museum is renowned for its remarkable collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings, including works by all the movement's great names (Rossetti, Burne-Jones, Hunt etc). A good selection of European art (Murillo, Daubigny, ..

  • 3 Barber Institute of Fine Arts Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    University of Birmingham GB - Birmingham B15 2TS

    This institute is part of the huge university campus typical of English universities, with its red brick walls but also an extraordinary 100m high bell-tower, named Chamberlain tower.This collection of furniture and other art objects was created with..

  • 4 Aston Hall Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Trinity Road, Aston GB - Birmingham B6 6JD

    Built between 1618-1635, this hotel is distinguished by its ceilings and splendid fireplaces. The large gallery, wainscoted in oak, exhibits tapestries of exceptional beauty . For a week at the start of December,Aston Hall by candlelight recreates th..

  • 5 Gas Street Basin Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Gas Street Basin GB - Birmingham

    This expanse of water is lined with new or restored 18 or 19C houses. Amongst them is Mathew Boulton's factory , The Brasshouse (Broad Street). Restored as new, the factory has been turned into a pub and restaurant. The narrow boats moored along the ..

  • 6 Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

    Museums and art

    75-79 Vyse Street GB - Birmingham B18 6HA

    This museum is housed in the former premises of a jeweler's, and retraces the history of the area demonstrating traditional trades and techniques.

  • 7 St Philip's Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    Colmore Row GB - Birmingham B3 2QB

    Built in 1715 by Thomas Archer, this cathedral has an austere façade enriched by the exuberance of the Western tower (concave and crowned with a dome and lantern) and Western door (fantasy Baroque door mixing a variety of styles). On the inside, huge..

  • 8 International Convention Centre - ICC

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Centenary Square GB - Birmingham B1 2EA

    A large glass and concrete structure built in 1991; inside there are shops and restaurants, plus a fine concert venue (Symphony Hall) which is home to the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

  • 9 Jewellery Quarter

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Jewellery Quarter GB - Birmingham

    In this quarter uplifted with workshops and craft stalls, this museum, brought into the old grounds of a jeweller's shop, recounts the history of the area and demonstrates traditional crafts and technologies. St Paul's Church, is a beautiful Georgian..

  • 10 Soho House

    Museums and art

    Soho Avenue GB - Birmingham B18 5LB

    In 1761, the industrialist Matthew Boulton purchased this Georgian building which towered over his factory. He hired architects James and Samuel Wyatt to convert the plant into a technological wonder of the period, giving it central heating, metal wi..

  • 11 National Sea Life

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Brindley Place GB - Birmingham B1 2HL

    At the Sea life Centre you will discover freshwater and seawater fish, on a zigzagging upward journey that takes you from ocean to estuary and from the river to sea. At the top you have a good view of the canals below. And at the bottom of sea, via a..

  • 12 Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Glasshouses

    Nature and gardens

    Westbourne GB - Birmingham B15 3TR

    These 6 hectares of charming gardens were first opened in 1832, and have stayed more or less true to J.C. Loudon's original design. Sure to capture your admiration are the exotic birds in the aviaries and the elegant 19C green-houses, one of which, (..

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