Ash End House Children's Farm, Middleton Lane, Middleton, Nr. Tamworth, Staffs. Postcode B78 2BL for your satnav. We are just south of the village of Middleton although we don't recommend you travel through the village itself. The easiest access is from the A4091 which is the main road that runs from The Belfry, past Drayton Manor Park, to Tamworth.
Birmingham Museums Trust runs other museums in the city including Aston Hall, Blakesley Hall, the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, Soho House and Sarehole Mill. The Birmingham Back to Backs are the last surviving court of back-to-back houses in the city.
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts is an art gallery and concert hall in Birmingham, England. It is situated in purpose-built premises on the campus of the University of Birmingham. The Grade II listed Art Deco building was designed by Robert Atkinson in the 1930s and opened in 1939 by Queen Mary.
Visits to the Birmingham Back to Backs are by guided tours only. Booking prior to visit is essential. Please call the booking line on 0121 666 7671 to book. On a fascinating guided tour, step back in time at Birmingham's last surviving court of back to backs; houses built literally back-to-back around a communal courtyard.
Being one of Birmingham’s best attractions, The Birmingham Botanical Gardens offers something for everyone, be it one of our four stunning glasshouses showing tropical rainforest to arid desert, beautiful gardens, playground, tearoom or our gift shop.
Plan your visit to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Find out about exhibitions and events. Famous for Pre-Raphaelite art and for the Staffordshire Hoard, there are over 40 galleries to explore that display art, applied art, social history, archaeology and ethnography. Free admission. Some exhibitions and events may charge. Opening Times: Monday - Thursday 10am - 5pm, Friday 10.30am - 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am - 5pm.
Birmingham GB The Parkridge Centre is located in the middle of Brueton Park, Solihull, a short walk from the car park at either end. The Centre was opened by Professor David Bellamy in October 2002. The Centre contains displays, hands-on activities and information about the local environment, as well as a Tea Room and Shop. The Centre is open every day (except Christmas Day) and has lots of events and activities for everyone throughout the year.
Dudley Castle is a ruined fortification in the town of Dudley, West Midlands, England. Originally a wooden motte and bailey castle built soon after the Norman Conquest, it was rebuilt as a stone fortification during the twelfth century but subsequently demolished on the orders of King Henry II.
The construction of the runways necessitated the closure of Elmdon Lane between the village and Marston Green to the north, and the demolition of Elmdon village itself. Two dwellings remain of the original settlement at the crossroads, and maps still show this point as the centre of Elmdon.
Gas Street Basin, in the heart of Birmingham city centre, is the heart of Britain's canal network. In days gone by it was the hub of a thriving canal transport network and would have been alive with the sound of cargoes as diverse as chocolate crumb, coal and glass being loaded and unloaded.
Welcome to Genting Casino Chinatown. For the ultimate night out in Birmingham city centre visit Genting Casino Chinatown in the heart of Birmingham's Chinatown. Offering all of your favourite casino games including American Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Three Card Poker and Electronic Roulette.
Lickey Hills Country Park is one of Birmingham’s most varied and treasured parks. It covers 524 acres and is located just 10 miles south west of Birmingham. The park offers different things to different people - it’s a place for family days out, to spot wildlife, for sport, school trips, or maybe just for the views and a cup of tea.
Moseley Bog is on the site of an old millpond. It is made up of both wet and dry woodland together with patches of fen vegetation which has developed on the site of an old millpond. Joy's Wood is an area of secondary woodland, which has developed on the old gardens along the eastern boundary.
The National Motorcycle Museum houses the largest collection of British motorcycle’s in the world with over 1000 machines from 170 different manufacterers spanning no less than three centuries! Of the 1000 plus machines in the collection there are around 850 on display at any one time throughout the museum’s five huge display halls.
The Pen Museum. Immerse yourself in the exciting world of pens and calligraphy and explore our amazing collection of over 5,000 objects related to the Birmingham steel pen trade and the history of writing. The Pen Museum tells the story of Birmingham’s important role in the information revolution.
Saltwells Local Nature Reserve is one of the UK's largest urban nature reserves, covering 247 acres. Lady Dudley planted Saltwells Wood in the eighteenth century to hide the scars of coal mining. The descendants of the Oak and Beech still survive and are home to many species of woodland bird, such as Treecreeper, Jay and Great Spotted Woodpecker.
Find Sandwell Valley Country Park on Google; Join us on Facebook. Check out our Sandwell Valley Country Park Facebook page. Chat to other people who love the Valley, and find out what's happening. What's on. We hold many events at Sandwell Valley Country Park throughout the year from food and craft fairs to Victorian Christmas celebrations. Find out what's on and see what's coming up on our events page.
Get close to nature at Sandwell Valley, a perfect reserve for families to have fun together outdoors. At the visitor centre find out about the latest activities, plot your route and get an idea of what wildlife to look out for as you explore this beautiful oasis.
Plan your visit to Sarehole Mill, Birmingham. Sarehole Mill is a 250 year old working watermill with connections with Birmingham industrialist, Matthew Boulton and with J.R.R Tolkien, author of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Winter season entry to Sarehole Mill is by pre-booked scheduled guided tour only. Tours are available every other Wednesday at 11am - tickets cost £7 per person.
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The church of St Martin in the Bull Ring (grid reference) in Birmingham, England, is a parish church of the Church of England. It is the original parish church of Birmingham and stands between the Bull Ring shopping centre and the markets. The church is a Grade II* listed building. The current rector is the Revd Canon Stewart W. Jones.
St Philip's Cathedral, Birmingham The Cathedral Church of Saint Philip is the Church of England cathedral and the seat of the Bishop of Birmingham. Built as a parish church and consecrated in 1715, St Philip's became the cathedral of the newly formed Diocese of Birmingham in 1905.
Sutton Park is a large urban park located in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, West Midlands, England. Most of the park is a National Nature Reserve; large parts are also a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Sutton Park is one of the largest urban parks in the United Kingdom.
At Newman Brothers at the Coffin Works we will have a public programme of events and activities as well as our factory tour experiences and school sessions. The Gallery provides artists with flexible space for temporary exhibitions and installations inspired by the Newman Brothers factory, and our fabulous Courtyard is available to host and to hire for performances and events.
Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum (formerly known as simply Thinktank) is a science museum in Birmingham, England. Opened in 2001, it is part of Birmingham Museums Trust and is located within the Millennium Point complex on Curzon Street, Digbeth History. The Birmingham Collection of Science ...
Winterbourne is one of the best surviving examples of an Edwardian Arts and Crafts suburban villa garden in Birmingham. The garden was lovingly created by the homeowners, Margaret and John Nettlefold, using the books of Gertrude Jekyll as guides and inspiration.