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Discover EP Birmingham

Birmingham is home to picturesque canals, museums, and a thriving nightlife. The Bullring is the premier city centre location for shopping, eating, and drinking. The Jewellery quarter and the Cadbury manufacturing plant (chocolate lovers’ delight!) reflect Birmingham’s industrial past.

Did you know? Birmingham has more canals than Venice! Birmingham’s canals stretch for 35 miles and make for a very interesting tour. A canal cruise offers views of restored industrial mills, workshops and warehouses and you can admire some stunning modern architecture, like the Cube.
Birmingham’s most famous attractions:

  • Library of Birmingham
  • Cadbury World (chocolate lovers!)
  • The Cube
  • Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery (Free)
  • Birmingham Canal
  • Brindley Place
  • Birmingham Hippodrome
  • The Bull Ring
  • The Jewellery Quarter Museum
  • The Balti triangle
  • Barber Institute of Fine Arts (Free)
  • Cannon Hill Park

Birmingham has over 600 parks covering 8,00 acres, Sutton Park and Cannon Hill Park are the most famous parks to visit. English Path has organised a Social Programme that will include all of Birmingham’s most popular attractions so that you can relax and enjoy the city.