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Best things to do in Warwickshire

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Centre
“One of Birmingham's main (if not the main) central transportation hubs. Providing access links all of the country, along with the majority of connecting links to main tourist connections across the West Midlands. Situation on the door step of Birmingham's Bullring Shopping Centre, its architecture is truly not one to be missed. The Bullring Shopping Centre, one of the most renowned shopping centres in the UK, boasts level upon level of high-end shopping experiences. From fine dining restaurants to the luxuriously designed Selfridges. ”
71 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“A lovely restaurant at the top of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Beautiful views, great food and service. Great for afternoon tea!”
55 locals recommend
History Museum
“If you’re taking the train to Birmingham (17 mins) I highly recommend visiting! Great for all ages with events on Saturdays for kids. ”
42 locals recommend
“Finest medieval Castle in Great Britain - owned by Tussards and decked out with waxworks and memorabilia. If you go visit CStle first and take your time - the gardens can wait and displays are twice daily”
51 locals recommend
“The National Sea Life Centre is an aquarium with over 60 displays of freshwater and marine life in Brindleyplace, Birmingham, England. Its ocean tank has a capacity of 1,000,000 litres (220,000 imp gal) of water and houses giant green sea turtles, blacktip reef sharks and tropical reef fish, with the only fully transparent 360-degree underwater tunnel in the United Kingdom.”
30 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“A walk from Broadway up to the tower, a spot of lunch at the cafe and then the return walk really is recommended.”
45 locals recommend
Theme Park
“Discover the history of chocolate on the premises of one of the world's leading confectionery factories - fascinating, great for kids but make sure you book ahead online”
32 locals recommend
“Imagine a totally electrifying day out at Britain’s ultimate castle. Where you can immerse yourself in a thousand years of jaw-dropping history – come rain or shine.Where ancient myths and spell-binding tales set your imagination alight, and your hair on end. Where princesses are pampered and maidens are wooed, as winners become true heroes and losers are confined to dark, dank dungeons to be forgotten for eternity. It could only be Warwick Castle.”
32 locals recommend
Convention Center
“The NEC Birmingham is the UK's No 1 venue for shows, exhibitions, meetings and events. The National Exhibition Centre is an exhibition centre located in Solihull, England. It is near junction 6 of the M42 motorway, and is adjacent to Birmingham Airport and Birmingham International railway station.”
25 locals recommend
“When first built reckoned to be the best acoustic space for live music performance in the world and still fantastic!”
25 locals recommend
History Museum
“A three minute walk from the house down Henley Street with various ice cream sellers in the street and mine acts. The house offers a great photo opportunity outside.”
23 locals recommend
“Located on the picturesque Birmingham canal, the mailbox boasts everything from boutique cinema screen to the rather lavish Harvey Nichols department store. The Mailbox allows for a romantic walks down the canal, followed by a top class meal, surrounded by the ambience of local entertainment. ”
26 locals recommend
Conference Room
“Worth a little visit whilst you are in the city center because of its historical interest and content”
18 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“Night clubs, bars, pubs, entertainment, food in the heart of Birmingham you will find plenty of evening events”
15 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“If I find a spare moment this is a great place to stop and lose yourself. The gardens are a joy at any time of year, children love playing hide and seek. There is also a tennis court with racket and balls for a fun knock around. Usual National Trust Tea Room. Can be very busy on Bank Holidays ”
22 locals recommend
Music Venue
“Hosting some of the biggest stars and events from across the globe. The Birmingham Arena showcases some of the best entertainment shows, gaming events, and sporting contests. Located just 15minutes walk from Birmingham's Grand Central Station, visitors travelling to an event at the Arena, will not be disappointed. The arena is surrounded by local bars, restaurants and canals. Being a stones throw away from Brindley Place, one of our personal favourites in the area. ”
18 locals recommend