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E42***30great family day out and it’s fun to learn about the chocolate and taste all the samples along the tour plus u get free chocolate bars
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Art Museum
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M43***62For a smaller town the Art Museum as great. We really enjoyed our visit and would recommend it if you are traveling to Birmingham. Make sure to call ahead to see if they are open.
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Aquarium
Cally StaffiereTook my little sister here and she loved it, she especially loved seeing the fishy characters from finding Nemo, its really a great day out for everyone :).
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M43***62Library Of Birmingham is a superb looking modern building that dominates Centenary Square.My twin brother Stephen and I were heading to The Post Office Vaults Pub and passed this extraordinary building, a relatively modern structure set over several floors , I never ventured inside but saw they had a cafe which I would have visited but my tram was about to leave ,I just loved the look of the library building, very photogenic made for some great photographic opportunities, its easy to locate on Centenary Square and hard to miss such is its size.Well worth checking out if you're in the area
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Historical Architecture
GeorgezouThe Back-to-Back House Museum is located on Hearst Street in Birmingham. It is composed of 4 houses built in different eras. The furnishings inside are restored according to the lives of people at that time, so that we can understand the living conditions and times of the people of Birmingham in different periods. The houses here have a history of four to five hundred years. They are typical British-style old buildings. The interior decoration also retains the layout and furniture of the previous residents’ houses. It has a sense of the Middle Ages and is worth a visit. .
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Garden
GeorgezouWinterbourne Manor is located in the University of Birmingham. It is a private manor belonging to the University of Birmingham. It can be visited for free with a student card. It is like a hidden treasure. It contains Edwardian art and crafts. There is also a seven In the acre botanical garden, there are more than 6,000 plants, and walking in it is really enjoyable.

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About Birmingham

Birmingham, or "Brum" as it's known in local parlance, is England's second largest city and one of its most interesting and contradictory. The home of HP Sauce and band Black Sabbath, Brum also has a notable industrial past. The Lunar Society, a group of scientists and intellectuals at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution and included Charles Darwin's grandfather, invented the original factory and created gas lighting, among other achievements. Birmingham was heavily bombed in the Second World War, and today has rebuilt with a folk twist. A branch of the Royal Ballet has set up shop, and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra has a lavish modern concert hall. While not known for its spectacular monuments, this West Midlands city has some high-quality art galleries, like the collection of pre-Raphaelite work at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts. Walking along the canals from Brindleyplace to the Mailbox, indulging in great shopping, or checking out the Cadbury chocolate factory, are three more attractions. Brum is alive and well after dark, with some of Britain's best clubbing and lots of live music venues, and wonderful restaurants in the Balti Triangle. The city center has a good selection of reasonably priced hotels and luxury options, as well as friendly hostels.

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Birmingham Weather

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21 Oct, 2021
Partly Clear
6 / 11
22 Oct, 2021
Mostly Cloudy
5 / 12
23 Oct, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
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24 Oct, 2021
Partly Clear with Showers
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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Birmingham
20 Oct, 2021 Birmingham Weather: Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 93%, Sunrise/Sunset: 07:41/18:03
Birmingham Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Not Recommended

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