Bask in the much-craved fresh air, enjoy fine dining, soak up some history and culture that the city has to offer this summer
As the lockdown is expected to come to an end by June 21st, visiting and staying in a serviced apartment in Birmingham can be the perfect way to bask in the much-craved fresh air, enjoy fine dining, soak up some history and culture that the city has to offer this summer all while following the government guidelines.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens:
Considered as the city’s best attractions, this is a perfect place to visit for people from all walks of life. It boasts of four glasshouses, each showing the plantation from exotic
Tropical House, Subtropical, Mediterranean and Arid house. It also has a tea room where one can enjoy tea and snacks overlooking the sunset with the sounds of nature and the occasional band playing at the bandstand.
Music venues are finally expected to open in the summer providing the much-needed support to musicians, dancers and theatre artists, etc., after a year of virtual concert rooms.
Long considered to be one of the finest venues for concerts and theatre performances, Symphony Hall has a state-of-the-art facility and world-class acoustics owing to its architectural feat.
Book your tickets on their website for a once in a lifetime experience of attending the first concert after a pandemic.
National Sea Life Museum:
This is the only sea life museum in the UK to have a 360-degree Ocean Tunnel for a beautiful experience.
If you are traveling with children or even have a fascination with marine life this is the destination that is sure to capture and keep your attention.
It also has a multi-attraction option available where you will have the opportunity to visit LEGOLAND and Warwick castle.
If everything goes well, they are expected to open on May 17th. So, hurry up and pre-book your tickets on their website.
Have your childhood dreams of being in a chocolate factory realised by visiting Cadbury World.
You can attend the tour that takes you through the process of making chocolate as well as an actor playing John Cadbury telling you how he started the original Cadbury shop in 1824.
They are expected to open on May 17th as well and tickets are now available on their website to pre-book.
Good luck restraining yourself from buying endless amounts of chocolate from the largest Cadbury shops in the world.
Gas Street Basin
Gas Street Basin offers the best place to wind down at the end of a long day of visiting various places across the city.
Previously, a canal system for loading and unloading cargoes and coal. Today it hosts a lot of bars and restaurants offering a peaceful sight to crack open a cold one and just enjoy the outdoors with your loved ones.