University of Birmingham
Barber Institute of Fine Arts
Around 2.5 miles south of the centre at the University of Birmingham, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts displays Renaissance...
Selly Manor, dating from 1327 or earlier, was carefully taken apart and reconstructed by George Cadbury - who looks remarkably like...
The next best thing to Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory, Cadbury World is about 4 miles south of Birmingham in the village of Bournville....
Midlands Arts Centre
The ‘MAC’ is getting a £14 million revamp, which will include a new theatre and performing arts studios.
Turners of Harborne
Birmingham’s foodies are spoilt for choice. Turners is another Michelin -starred eatery specialising in seriously good food. Pheasant,...
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Lonely Planet review
At the University of Birmingham, big is beautiful. The city’s largest university occupies a visually stunning 250-acre campus, 10 minutes’ train ride from the centre. Students tend to be high-flyers, with alumni ranging from prime ministers to Olympic gold medallists. Teaching is delivered by world-leading experts in their fields, and the university makes a major contribution to the intellectual, cultural and economic wealth of the city – and the UK.