Attractions in Birmingham

Selfridges At The Bullring
This might be a department store, but Future System's shimmering and organically billowing design for Selfridges has nevertheless become an architectural landmark.
Address: Bullring
Phone: +44 121 632 1500

Chamberlain Square
The square is bounded on one side by John Madin's - in most people's opinion - ugly library building. At the other end stands the beautiful Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
Address: Chamberlain Square

Jewelry Quarter
The Jeweller's Quarter is worth a visit, especially the museum on Vyse Street. The Museum of the Jewelry Quarter
Address: 75 - 79 Vyse Street
Phone: +44 121 554 3598

Birmingham Town Hall
Designed by Joseph Hansom and inaugurated in 1832. The site of the premiere of Mendelssohn's Elijah. The magnificent building is undergoing far-reaching renovation, which will be completed in 2007.
Address: Victoria Square

St. Martin's
Originally dating from 13th century. The contrast with the futuristic facade of the Bullring shopping centre is extreme, but
this does not diminish the value of the church, either visually, historically, or as a meeting place.
Address: Bullring

Sutton Park
Sutton Park is 9.5 kilometres north of Birmingham and is said to be Europe's largest urban park. It covers all of 9.7 square kilometres (2,400 acres).
Address: Park Road, Sutton Coldfield
Phone: +44 121 355 6370