About 3 miles north of the centre, set in lush grounds, this well-preserved hall was built in extravagant Jacobean style between 1618...
Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
The Smith & Pepper jewellery factory is preserved as it was on its closing day in 1981 after 80 years of operation. Guided tours...
About 1.5 miles northwest of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, Soho House is where industrialist Matthew Boulton lived from 1766 to 1809....
Jekyll & Hyde
Potent cocktails (or rather 'elixirs, concoctions and potions') at this trippy spot are served in sweets jars, watering cans, teapots...
Trinity Rd · interesting places nearby
Villa Park information
Aston Villa Football Club's 19th-century Villa Park is one of the country's largest stadiums. Behind-the-scenes tours (three times weekly by reservation) include the dressing rooms, tunnel and pitch. The ground is 2 miles north of Birmingham. Trains run from New St to Witton (£2, nine minutes, half-hourly), a five-minute walk away; and every 10 minutes to Aston, a 15-minute walk.
Tickets and merchandise are available from the Aston Villa City Centre Store .