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From Renaissance masterpieces and cutting edge contemporary art to Egyptian mummies and the iconic HP factory sign, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery showcases a world class collection and offers fascinating glimpses into Birmingham's rich and vibrant...more
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Great location just in the main Victoria square ,located in an impressive building
The view has a very positive connotation and a big cultural impact inside out.
Worth to spend some time and see the interior
There are some extravagant pictures and exhibitions...More
The library and museum are fantastic places to visit! My son found that that the resources and information collated were essential for his coursework completion. The team of staff were so knowledgeable and approachable. Birmingham students are extremely lucky to have access to such a...More
It was really good to see Dippy. My 5 year son enjoyed seeing him and my husband. But felt there should of been more there. So we were a bit disappointed. It only took us half an hour as my son got a bit bored....More
Good way to pass a few hours in the holidays,took nan,teenager kids and a little one.There was something for everyone and a Greggs opposite for a quick dinner.
Spent nearly 3 hours here,saw dippy the dinosaur and explored the Egyptian section for homework.Really interesting place....More
We had never been to the museum before and Dippy was the attraction for us.
The main area with Dippy was spacious and you had a great chance to see him in his full glory.
We ventured up to the family room which was well...More
I have been to the Museum and Art Gallery a few times over the years and always enjoy it.
The building itself is a wonderful example of late victorian/early edwardian architecture. The Art Gallery houses some absolutely wonderful paintings and sculpture, especially pre-raphelite works (lots...More
When was the last time you went to a public building that didn't have aggressive baggage searchers and obtrusive guardians watching your every move? It was like stepping back in time to a gentler, more trusting time. The exhibits were great, too, set out in...More
The museum had a lot of areas to wander in, there were some beautiful paintings and the ceramic displays etc were varied and plentiful. It was clean and appealing with the expected shopping area for gifts etc.