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This West Midlands location has a population of around 1,000,000 people.

It is located about 100 miles northwest of London, the national capital. It's also approximately 12 miles north of Redditch.

Internationally famous attractions such as Bullring Shopping Centre and the International Convention Centre are just one part of what makes this destination special.

The Falconry Centre and Treasure Island are magical places to have some quality time with the kids. Hickory Dickory's Playhouse and Acocks Green Bowl are also worth stopping by if you're looking for more family fun.

An afternoon investigating the beautiful aquatic displays at National Sea Life Centre will deepen your appreciation for this incredible planet of ours.

You and your kids will have a ball investigating the native and exotic creatures at the Dudley Zoo and Castle. Be sure to ask the staff about zookeeper presentations and where to find the zoo's rarer specimens.

Let the good times roll at the Genting Club Star City Casino or the Castle Casino and work on your poker face. If you can't get enough of the high-stakes thrills, why not head onwards to the Grosvenor G Casino or the Broadway Casino?

Would you like to learn about some native plants and flowers? Spend a morning at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens or the Winterbourne Botanic Garden. Many visitors also enjoy walking around the Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens and the David Austin Roses.

When the weather is fine, pack a picnic and find a shady corner at one of the area's pleasant green spaces, such as Cannon Hill Park or Sutton Park. Kingsbury Water Park and Shirley Park are two more pleasant spots to while away a lazy day and finally read that neglected book of yours.
Spot some of the local birdlife with a visit to one of the area's lakes, such as Pendigo Lake or Gas Street Basin.

Switch your phone to silent and give yourself a break from the stress of the modern world at Woodgate Valley Country Park and Lickey Hills Country Park. Nature-loving travelers will also have a wonderful time at Birmingham Eco Park and Saltwells Nature Reserve.

The area's exhibition spaces are brimming with interesting facts and stories. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you check out the different displays at the National Motorcycle Museum and Black Country Museum. The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and the Ikon Gallery are also worthwhile.

Build on your knowledge of scientific innovation as you study the range of artifacts and models at the Thinktank and the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum.

A hub for art aficionados, this area boasts a range of gallery spaces in which artists and designers regularly exhibit their wares. Immerse yourself in the creative atmosphere at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts and the Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left in the tank, finish up the afternoon at the New Art Gallery Walsall and the Wednesbury Museum and Art Gallery.

By shedding a light on the past, the Dudley Museum and Art Gallery and the Birmingham Back to Backs help pave the way for what comes next.

The Sarehole Mill and the University of Birmingham are certainly worth taking a look at, even if you aren't a history buff. When it comes to days of old, there's always more to discover. Perrott's Folly and Red Palace are two more great places to stop by.

Why not spend your day at the surrounding castles? Those stories that were forged along the walls of Warwick Castle and Huntly Castle can still be experienced today.

The spiritual side of the region can be glimpsed at Birmingham Cathedral and Coventry Cathedral. St. Paul's Church and the Birmingham Central Mosque are two more recommended sacred sites.

Before you pack up your suitcase and make your way home, be sure to check out some of the area's lesser-known attractions. StarCity and High Street are some interesting options. If you have more time to spare, also visit the Library of Birmingham and Chinese Quarter.

Accommodation in Birmingham

If you are not sure yet where to stay in Birmingham, head to our Birmingham hotel options. There are no less than 83 hotels to select from in this beloved destination.
The Staying Cool at the Rotunda, located at Rotunda, 150 New Street, and the New Hall Hotel & Spa, at Walmley Road, are two good examples of upscale Birmingham lodgings. Alternatively, The Bloc Hotel Birmingham, at Caroline Street, and the Hotel Campanile Birmingham, at Chester Street Aston Lock, are some offerings worth looking into if you are a bit more budget conscious.

No journey to Birmingham is truly complete without a visit to Bullring Shopping Centre. If you'd prefer to stay in the vicinity, the Hote lLa Tour and the Staycity Aparthotels Arcadian Centre are both within walking distance.