Birmingham is brimming with cultural diversity and a lively mix of unique venues. This fun-filled city is a hive of creativity where you can discover perfect hidden gems for every kind of event.
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Named ‘the coolest neighbourhood in Britain’ by The Sunday Times, this former industrial quarter is now a cultural hub. Industrial meets modern in Digbeth, with the architecture of the old Bird’s Custard Factory alongside beautiful street art and a twenty-foot sculpture of the Green Man. Many of the area’s industrial buildings have now been converted into some of Birmingham’s most exciting arts and nightlife venues.
Best known for its shopping credentials and the iconic Selfridges Bullring, there is a lot more to the city centre than meets the eye. Step down the side streets for hidden gems like the Electric Cinema or Lane7, discover the industrial history and a stunning collection of Pre-Raphelite painting at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery or explore part of the 35 miles of canals that snake across the city.
The home of British jewellery, this neighbourhood gives a real sense of Birmingham’s history. 40% of the country’s jewellery is still made here, with over 100 workshops, diamond dealers and retailers lining the Georgian streets, alongside the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter. This part of the city is also a hub for indie stores, trendy bars and live music - don’t miss the much-loved Jam House.
Serviced by air, rail, tram, bus and of course, 35 miles of canals. Get to and around the city with ease with brilliant transport links.
Selfridge's Bullring, the Library of Birmingham and beautiful redbrick buildings, the city perfectly combines the modern with the industrial.
The 'City of a Thousand Trades' was at the heart of the Industrial Revolution and continues to be at the forefront of scientific and engineering innovation today.