Things to do and whats on when you are in the city!

Battle of Edgehill Exhibition
www.visitbirmingham.com/explore-birmingham/event/battle-of-edgehill-exhibition
The display offers an insight into one of the most significant battles in English history.


Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Glasshouses
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15 acre botanical gardens and educational charity situated in the heart of Edgbaston, Birmingham.


Birmingham Royal Ballet
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The United Kingdom’s premiere touring ballet company, based at Birmingham Hippodrome. The company performs a range of traditional, classical and heritage ballets as well as groundbreaking new works with the aim to encourage choreographers and composers of the future.


English Heritage: Halesowen Abbey
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The main abbey buildings lie among the 19th century agricultural buildings and farmhouse of Manor Farm.


Guild Chapel
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The Chapel houses some of the finest medieval wall paintings in Europe.


The Library of Birmingham
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At 31,000 sq. meters it is the largest public library in Europe. Designed by Dutch architects Mecanoo, over 400,000 books are available on the library’s public floors.


The Shakespeare Express
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Vintage Trains offer The Shakespeare Express steam service between Birmingham and Stratford, providing a unique opportunity for passengers to step back in time.


 

You can find more information on the top things to do in Birmingham at visitbirmingham.com.