While most tourists head straight for London, little do they know that the UK’s sleeping giant, Birmingham, is just 90 minutes away by train. This is not just any old town, it’s the UK’s second largest city and is well worth visiting.
An artisan bakery and kitchen, café and gallery, which is rooted in its heritage in Birmingham. Medicine represents a new format of social space. It finds its niche through a carefully curated menu of ethical products, whilst offering a daily fix of cultural inspiration in an environment which promotes a debate about art and culture.
69a New St, Birmingham B2 4DU, United Kingdom
The Birmingham Stable
They’ve got a huge variety with over 50 ciders behind the bar, and a Cider Master ready to help you make new discoveries and choose your favourite type. Their signature tomato sauce and sourdough pizza bases are made here daily – as fresh as it gets! They carefully source their toppings, prepare them in house and pile ’em high.
1 Orion, 115 John Bright St, Birmingham B1 1BE, United Kingdom
Boston Tea Party
Boston Tea Party is a family owned independent small café chain serving simply & well prepared food & drinks made with great ingredients, skill and love. Particularly in this beautiful old building right at the heart of where it all happens, on Birmingham’s Corporation Street.
190 Corporation St, Birmingham, B4 6QD
The Library of Birmingham provides a showcase for Birmingham’s internationally important collections of archives, photography and rare books. Facilities include a state-of-the-art gallery space, opening up public access to the collections.