Birmingham Central Library
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
Housed in the annexe at the back of Council House, the delightful Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery houses an impressive collection of...
The west side of Victoria Sq is marked out by the neoclassical Town Hall, constructed in 1834 and styled after the Temple of Castor and...
The imposing Council House forms the northeastern face of the town centre.
Favourite of Birmingham’s student, indie and alternative crowds.
Visiting Atrium’s more casual little sister sees you tucking in to delights such as a tian of seafood guacamole, chargrilled lamb or...
Lonely Planet review
Although each of the universities and university colleges has its own excellent libraries, you might still end up writing an essay or leafing through reference books in Birmingham Central Library. It’s the busiest public library in Britain and occupies eight floors. Shaped like an upside down ziggurat, it’s slap bang in the middle of town, making a spot of study possible between shopping trips. Plans are also afoot for a brand-new, multi-million pound library in nearby Centenary Sq.