Top Places To coventry
Check out our thorough list of Birmingham and Coventry’s best attractions to make sure you get the most out of your England Midlands trip.
The pedestrian-friendly Victoria Square is located in the centre of Birmingham, and the Birmingham City Centre Path may be used to explore the area. Along the way, you'll pass through the lovely old Town Hall, a Victorian architectural masterpiece that was built in 1832. This majestic structure, which resembles a Roman temple and has 40 exquisite Corinthian columns made of Anglesey marble, has been the site of a number of important events.
The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, which established in 1885 and is largely considered as one of the best such institutions outside of London, is usually recognised as one of the best. Among the museum's art treasures are Pre-Raphaelite paintings, as well as artwork from the 17th to 19th centuries and sculptures by Rodin and James Tower.
Birmingham Science Museum
The Birmingham Science Museum's Thinktank is a must-see for families with budding scientists. This award-winning museum features a diverse collection of fascinating science exhibits, many of which are interactive and hands-on. An incredible collection of steam-powered devices, from locomotives to tractors, as well as industrial gear, many of which are linked to Birmingham's important role as a manufacturing centre.
National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham
With more than 60 displays dedicated to marine life, the National SEA LIFE Centre is one of Birmingham's most popular tourist attractions. The aquarium's massive million-liter ocean tank takes first place, with its unique underwater tunnel offering visitors with an uninterrupted view of the aquarium's diverse sea life, which includes everything from reef sharks to enormous turtles. The aquarium is rather large.