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Umberslade Farm Park Tanworth in Arden
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Tanworth in Arden
From my point of view the animals were the best part, and coming this time of year there are lambs and calves galore (and goat kids!).
Nice cafe on site who do tasty food.
Blakesley Hall Birmingham 7.2 km away
#5 of 135 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
It is essential that we support these Birmingham historical landmarks for us and future generations The children's delight and interest proves this necessity.
What a wonderful place to take children and yourselves to view this authentic Hall.Lots of activities for kids to become engaged and nice café and smallish garden to walk around.Charming place secreted away
Genting Arena Birmingham 5.6 km away
#17 of 135 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Really lovely setting very good staffing very clean.Went to Las iguanas for lunch excellent 1st class service with wonderful food really enjoyed the atmosphere and the wonderful lake views would recommend.
A good venue with ample space, well arranged marshalling and all seats able to have a good view of artists Outside area has plenty of snack bars etc, across the road has main restaurants but you need to get here a...
Sarehole Mill Birmingham 6.0 km away
#20 of 135 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
From the minute we arrived we were met with friendly and knowledgeable staff who took time to welcome and explain the site.
Incredible survival of an important historical site
Packwood House Lapworth, UK 7.5 km away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Lapworth
The gardens were a great success allowing the little ones to expend some energy running around amongst the many giant yew trees and up the spiral path to the top of "The Mount" from which there is a marvellous view.
... of l,ants, trees and vegetables The lakes were also nice to see and it made for a peaceful afternoon in the sunshine I would recommend looking at doing what we did and visiting the two sites I have mentioned
Baddesley Clinton Lapworth, UK 8.9 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Lapworth
St. Michael's 14th century church on site is well worth a visit however there are two very old tombstones with skulls engraved into them in the churchyard and it would have been a bonus to discover the reason for...
We visited the house today, beautiful view of the gardens and the house set around a moat was stunning.
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Berkswell
Middle England Farm Hampton-in-Arden
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Hampton-in-Arden
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Knowle
Birmingham Back to Backs Birmingham 10.7 km away
#1 of 135 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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Magpie Mines Bakewell, UK 4.9 km away
#7 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Bakewell
What a wonderful surprise it was to visit this fascinating site.
I stumbled on the mine by surprise whilst cycling the Eroica event and it was everything so many sites like this ought to be.
Winterbourne House and Garden Birmingham 11.1 km away
#2 of 135 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...
The cafe has good scones, and it is great taking them out to the terrace with a cup of tea - a really homely feel and a fantastic view.
National Exhibition Centre Birmingham 7.5 km away
#23 of 135 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
They have gone to a lot of effort and skill to recreate the dinosaurs ( really wonderful ) and there are several windows for you to enjoy the views and the different dinosaurs through, and I would have liked a bit...
The whole experience was great from the sound to the seating.We had a great view.If you get there early enough you can visit the new Resort World Centre across the road.Bars,restaraunts shops and even a casino.Gre...
Selly Manor Birmingham 11.1 km away
#4 of 135 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.
Edgbaston Cricket Ground Birmingham 9.9 km away
#14 of 135 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.
BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir Birmingham Birmingham 4.1 km away
#83 of 135 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
St. Martin in the Bull Ring Birmingham 10.7 km away
#8 of 135 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.
We were sitting on top on a balcony outside the bulring and the view was perfect.
Gas Street Basin Birmingham 11.6 km away
#7 of 135 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...
This was the perfect way to spend an hour, seeing the sights from the water and listening to the informative commentary whilst supping a beer.
Birmingham Cathedral Birmingham 11.3 km away
#9 of 135 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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Town Hall Birmingham Birmingham 11.5 km away
#10 of 135 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.
Selfridges Birmingham 10.8 km away
#19 of 135 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
the main draw is the designer brands and the large central "bullring" which is very high and has a special angled barrier to make you feel like you are so high up and leaning forward to view the height.
Iconic Landmark for Fashion Conscious Shoppers!
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Birmingham New Street Railway Station Birmingham 11.1 km away
#18 of 135 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.
Brindleyplace Birmingham 11.9 km away
#12 of 135 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.
Steelhouse Lane Lock-up Birmingham 11.4 km away
#16 of 135 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.
Cole Valley / Project Kingfisher Birmingham 5.7 km away
#72 of 135 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Aston Hall Birmingham 12.8 km away
#6 of 135 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Fantastic time,great informative guides ,you can view all of the hall ,really interesting historic time.I would recommend to all to visit
The gardens are small but nice, and afford excellent views of the house.