Discover the Top 10 attractions in Birmingham with Irro-Charter
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Top 10 Attractions

Discover the Top 10 attractions in Birmingham with Irro Charter

Top 10 attractions in Birmingham with Irro Charter

Visit Birmingham, Great Britain's second largest city. Located in the West Midlands, Birmingham was once a manufactoring town and became one of Britain's most important industrial cities during the Industrial Revolution. In recent years, Birmingham has changed into a lively and bustling centre of arts, culture, entertainment and music. Not far from London and Liverpool, Birmingham is the perfect place for a few days off. It is easy to reach and going around the city in a tour bus is a flexible and comfortable way to explore Birmingham.

Our European bus Charter company Irro Charter is always ready to support you with your travel needs. Do you need an airport shuttle ride or are you more interested in a full day charter bus rental ? Or maybe you maybe you need your own charter bus and driver for a couple of days to visit Birmingham and ist surroundings as well ? Approach our Irro Charter Team and we will get back to you right away with a suitable charter bus offer.

Maybe you are not sure yet about which places to visit in Birmingham ? We have some recommendations for you.

People walking at famous Birmingham canal in UK
  1. Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

    The Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is a must-see for every first-time Birmingham visitor. Established in 1885, the museum houses an extraordinary range of as many as 40 permanent galleries showcasing applied arts, social history, archaeology and ethnography. Additionally, the museum also hosts a diverse exhibition programme that ranges from a special exhibition on the West Midlands Fire Service to 20th century British ceramics. Irro Charter will be happy to provide you with a transfer from your hotel to the museum and back.
  2. Birmingham Library

    The Birmingham Library has developed a completely new concept for the digital age and surprises from inside and outside. The building itself is special with a roof garden on the seventh floor and several spacious viewing platforms. Various free events are offered inside, such as theater performances in the amphitheater or the permanent exhibition about William Shakespeare. Film lovers can access the National Film Archive provided by the British Film Institute in private booths.
  3. The Custard Factory

    Birmingham's famous Custard Factory is a must-see when you visit the city. The Custard Factory is a center of creativity, alternative culture and digital revolution in Birmingham. Housed in a restored Victorian factory, the Custard Factory is just a few minutes on foot from Bullring, the city's main shopping center. The Custard Factory is made up of many small creative and digital companies, as well as independent stores, including vintage design stores and alternative grocery stores, such as the Apple Pie House.The Custard Factory also hosts a number of events, such as large vintage fairs.
  4. Botanical Garden

    The Botanical Garden is just 1.5 miles southwest of Birmingham and the perfect place to find some peace.. Hop on your private tour bus and escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a few hours. The Botanical Garden offers four spectacular greenhouses that cover everything from the tropical rainforest to the desert landscape. There is also a lively bird house with local and exotic birds, and a seasonal butterfly house.
  5. York's Cafe

    York's Cafe And Bakery And Bakery is one of the most popular and revered breakfast and brunch locations in Birmingham.The Cafe offers a wide variety of dishes inspired by the team's travels around the world. It is dedicated to high-quality regional ingredients and coffee roasting. Do not miss out on the brilliant Sunday brunch !
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    Chamberlain Square in Birmingham, UK
  7. Digbeth

    Digbeth, the former industrial district, has developed into the city's creative district and is a melting pot for Birmingham's street artists. Street art is essential for Birmingham, many companies and projects are committed to keeping this unique art form alive and well. Events and workshops at Digbeth attract a young and hip audience. You can visit concerts and performances in the many clubs as well as Digbeth also serves as a trendy nightlife district. Spend time at the Digbeth Dining Club on weekends, a street food market with many food stalls offering a diverse international cuisine. In short, in and between renovated warehouses, you get urban art, street food, and some of the best nightlife the city has to offer.
  8. The Ballring

    A shopping trip at the Bullring, the largest shopping center in the city, should be on your list when visiting Birmingham. The Bullring houses over 140 different shops and has its roots in the Middle Ages. Back then, the location of todays' Bullring was used for Birmingham's first emerging markets.
  9. Cadburry World

    A visit to Cadbury World, one of the largest chocolate factories in the world, is more than just a factory tour and is a must for every visitor to Birmingham. Explore the history of Cadbury confectionery and learn about the fascinating process of chocolate production. A Cadbury World visit is a great choice for the entire family.
  10. Canal Boats Trips

    Birmingham has approximately 60 kilometers of waterways. The best way to explore these canals is by boat trip. Canal boat trips start several times a day from the quay of the International Convention Center in the heart of the city This is a fantastic opportunity to explore Birmingham's industrial heritage and fascinating past in a unique way. Enjoy a few hours on the canals.
  11. National Sea Life Center

    The National Sea Life Center on the outskirts of Brindleyplace offers an unforgettable aquarium experience and is home to sharks, penguins, sea turtles and many other sea creatures. Visitors can find out about the organization's nature conservation projects and, of course, explore the new octopus hiding place. Your airport shuttle bus by Irro Charter bus company will pick you up from Birmingham Airport (BHX), 13 kilometres east of Birmingham, or any other location of your choosing.

If you intend to visit Birmingham, hiring your own private airport shuttle coach and driver is a relaxing, safe, flexible, and comfortable way to travel. Whether you need a solution for large group travel or just a family trip, Irro Charter is the charter bus company you should partner up with in order to make your trip a success. We are a tour bus company with more than 40 years of experience, we have the fleet, drivers, and knowledge to make your Birmingham a great experience

Deborah Ellis

Deborah Ellis - Author

Bus Charter Expert

Irro Blog

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