Beautiful canals, industrial heritage, and a diverse culture. Britain’s second largest city was once home to the Industrial Revolution and is still growing its skylines today. A thriving city with a blend of both historic and modern architecture, this city center has every art form imaginable to enjoy from theater, to live period museums, to poetry, dance, and music.
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Relax in stylish accommodations outfitted with modern amenities, just steps from the upscale retailers and thriving businesses in Birmingham's city center.
Birmingham is well known for its dining scene and nightlife. You can enjoy an eclectic selection of cuisine from pub eateries rich with history, to Michelin Starred restaurants. Visit the Jewelry Quarter, where 40% of Britain’s jewelry is made or stroll the urban parks and gardens throughout the city. It is easy to get around with great public transportation. Venture just outside the city and you will find acres of green countryside. Do not miss the colorful diversity of this historic and vibrant city.
Spring and summer bring in a high volume of crowds at high tourist season. Summertime calls for longer days and a variety of festivals including the Birmingham Design Festival.
Spring is popular for major sporting events such as the world renowned Yonex ALL England Open Badminton Championships. Early spring and late fall are great times to visit if you want to enjoy the city with less crowds and to get more for your dollar. April and October are beautiful times to watch the seasons change with a stroll along the canals and inner-city parks.
A visit during the holiday season is a magical experience, with smaller crowds and magnificent winter markets.
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