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Teamworks Karting Halesowen
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Halesowen
On site facilities were great, good selection of drinks and snacks not overpriced, loved our track reports and also the scoreboard for the day detailing how well we had karted compared to the others who had previo...
Selly Manor Birmingham 8.2 km away
#5 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Take time to view the gardens too, first time I have seen a quince tree in fruit and the flowering artichokes were stunning.
Parking free of charge in the road right beside it was a boon. 2 buildings to explore - one medieval, one Tudor - both brought to the site from other places.
Winterbourne House and Garden Birmingham 8.6 km away
#4 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
a great art deco building , and the gardens are wonderful, has alovely tea room /bar/restaurant with spectacular views so much history there, and I learnt a lot, very imformative much better than botanical gardens...
Some planted cottage-garden beds, some greenhouses, good lawns, great woodland paths to explore, and a magical view of the lake /golf course.
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St John the Baptist Church
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Halesowen
Halesowen Abbey
#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Halesowen
The Red House Glass Cone Stourbridge 7.7 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Stourbridge
There are other crafts within the 'village site' too and you can see jewellery, glass beads, knitting crafts, pottery all being made on site and also buy.
Watch glass being made live exhibition, great museum lots of history of the local area, refreshments cafe on site canal side a lovely way to spend a few hours.
Dudley Zoo and Castle Dudley 7.3 km away
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dudley
loved it, gets better every time we go, lots to do and see, the chairlift has been restored and is a brilliant ride and view and the castle is always a lovely experience.
What a brilliant day at the zoo situated in the heart of the Black Country the animals on site were superb and with kids it makes it a pleasure to go ,we went up to the top of the castle what a awesome view that i...
Birmingham Back to Backs Birmingham 10.8 km away
#1 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
A very interesting view about the history of the back to backs & the families that lived there, Our tour guide Jeff was a delight with many interesting stories about Birmingham & the lifestyle of past times.
Our tour guide was excellent - you can tell he is very passionate about the history of this site and all the information you are told and things to see are really interesting and informative.
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Hagley Hall Stourbridge 5.4 km away
#3 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Stourbridge
The rooms we used were warm, spacious and impressive from an historic point of view with a number of interesting features which sparked conversation during the pre-meal reception.
Soho House Birmingham 10.3 km away
#3 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
We visited Soho House during a week exploring the variety of Birmingham Museum's varied and well presented sites.
Nice visitor centre with tea room and guided tour by Rachel who knew everything and showed a real passion for the site and the previous inhabitants.
Brindleyplace Birmingham 9.9 km away
#7 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Had a spare hour so went for a stroll.. lovely to see the boats, chat to a few captains of canal boats lol.. some lovely scenery, cracking coffee bars and places to eat.. Shops, flats, and views of Brum you dont n...
Great to stroll along the many miles of tow paths, or enjoy a meal with lovely views.
Dudley Tunnel Dudley 7.7 km away
#3 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dudley
Amazing sights.
Balaji Temple Birmingham 6.8 km away
#22 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Steelhouse Lane Lock-up Birmingham 11.2 km away
#2 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Corinne told us the history of the buildings on the site since the creation of the Birmingham Police force in 1839, with an initial strength of 300 men, working 7 days a week for 17/- with accommodation provided,...
As the cells containing these are shown as listed a glimpsing view is only possible through the door hatch.
Gas Street Basin Birmingham 10.1 km away
#8 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
This is the perfect place to see a different place in the city of Birmingham alongside the canal and the many eateries that are here and the pubs and bars Great views and sights here that puts one at ease when hav...
A set of steps takes you up to the main city museum and other sights, but we just enjoyed the waterside experience.
Jewellery Quarter Birmingham 10.3 km away
#14 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Without prior appointment, Louise ensured that I was presented with a range of stones to view, even having additional stones delivered to the store whilst I waited, to complete a bespoke design.
Just to look at the jewellery is enough, but its nice place to walk around and to see the sites, the history etc.
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Town Hall Birmingham Birmingham 10.5 km away
#10 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
We are so blessed with such grand places to visit filled with so much history, took friends from out of town an what a joy, they loved the sights and the lovely polite people talking you through the trip.
Immediately you feel at ease in the comfortable surrounds, and the excellent seating arrangements ensure you always have an unrestricted and unhindered view.
Ruskin Glass Centre Stourbridge 7.2 km away
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Stourbridge
With on site studios and workshops you can easily while away and afternoon getting knowledge and buying a few glass based gifts
The site as a whole includes workshops, a college, studios and a cafe so there was a lot to see after the centre visit.
Liz Monk Studio Pottery and Gallery Bromsgrove, UK 7.3 km away
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Bromsgrove
Birmingham Cathedral Birmingham 10.9 km away
#11 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
These boats were made by two thousand people of different faiths and world views, who reflected on their journey through life in words and images.
This is a personal view though.
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Edgbaston Cricket Ground Birmingham 10.1 km away
#16 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
This is a wonderful facility with panoramic views over the ground, comfortable seating and an extensive selection of sensibly priced, warm food and drinks as well as a bar.
Fantastic service, excellent quality food & beverages & a fantastic view of the action.
Himley Hall and Park Dudley 11.1 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dudley
There are so many interesting walks,large areas for family ball games,quiet little retreats for sitting reading and all sorts of wildlife and nature to view and learn from.
Walking round the grounds is a delightful experience, beautiful views just gorgeous.
The Hawthorns West Bromwich 8.7 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in West Bromwich
Brilliant view of the pitch in any seat in the ground, A great place to bring the family to.
The site was easy to find with lots of parking.
Duncan Edwards Statue Dudley 7.1 km away
#4 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dudley
St. Martin in the Bull Ring Birmingham 11.1 km away
#13 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Saint Martin in the Bullring is a very beautiful old stone church and landmark of the city of Birmingham that dates from Victorian times.
I also used it as a landmark to get my barrings around the city.
Shri Venkateswara Temple Dudley 6.8 km away
#5 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dudley
Harvington Hall Harvington, UK 12.7 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Harvington
Large garden area to have lunch, watch your children play, or admire the view.
Apparently Harvington has more priest hides than any other house in England and is rumoured to have been the site of a subversive printing press for the Catholic faith.
Hall of Memory Birmingham 10.2 km away
#20 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
We took our grandchildren to this important site which enables them to hear about the sacrifices made by many - (including their great great grandfather) in many wars and conflicts.
A true landmark with so much significance!
Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick Smethwick 7.4 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Smethwick
Brilliant views and suggestions against the atrocities that have being happening to Sikhs in India since 1984.
Birmingham New Street Railway Station Birmingham 10.8 km away
#18 of 139 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
From here you can get good views down to the ticket level and enjoy the superb terrace with various places to eat and drink and access to the array of shops here.
From the ground floor looking upto the modern architect the view is pleasant and all areas kept spotless.