Birmingham Canals close to Park Regis Birmingham

Where to go within walking distance of Broad Street Birmingham?

Broad Street is Birmingham’s entertainment and nightlife flagship. Park Regis Birmingham hotel is situated just at the head of it!

We have put together a list of all the sights and well liked attractions. Ranging from museums to vibrant and bustling cocktail bars. All surrounding us that are easily accessible on foot meaning no extra costs for taxis!

1. Birmingham Canals

The Birmingham canals are a historical and much loved sight-seeing spot to us Brummie’s. There is 313 miles worth of them to be exact!

You can take a stroll along to soak up the picture perfect sights of our 18th century waterways or you can take to the water via a choice of canal tours and we have another blog listing the range of highly rated tours!

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Birmingham Canals close to Park Regis Birmingham

2. Brindley Place

Linking back to the Canalside, you will stumble upon the colourful Brindley Place which is a foodies and cocktail-enthusiasts paradise!

Favourites include The Canal House, Bank, Pitcher & Piano, and many more. Enjoy a night of dining, cocktails, a fantastic atmosphere, all polished off with the views of city lights bouncing off the water. 

Brindley Place close to Park Regis Birmingham

3. Symphony Hall

Neighbouring Brindley Place has one of the most exquisite concert halls in the world which has welcomed lots of well known musicians, orchestras, dancers and entertainers.

To browse upcoming events for an evening of class and sophistication,

4. Birmingham Botanical Gardens

For those green thumbs or those in search of a quiet pause from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Birmingham Botanical Gardens offers idyllic glasshouses showcasing Tropical, Subtropical, Mediterranean and Arid Houses. There is also a tearoom, garden centre and gift shop to take a leisurely stroll around.

The gardens also host a range of events, ranging from plant care, science courses, guided tours to live music and seasonal events such as ‘Carols by Candlelight’.

You can find out more here: 

Birmingham Botanical Gardens close to Park Regis Birmingham

Those with an artistic essence will not want to miss out on Birmingham’s very own contemporary art venue.

A consistent rotation of exhibitions and show casing the very best of international art, the Ikon Gallery has become one of Birmingham’s best attractions.

The building is quirky itself, it is a beautifully converted neo-Gothic school!

6. New Cocktail Bars on the Block

Are you looking to head into the bustling Brummie nightlife, the gleaming city lights and most importantly sampling the best of Birmingham’s unique serves?

We recommend our neighbours Pushkar Cocktail Bar & Dining, The Alchemist, The Gin Vault, as well as some new kids on the block: Jukeboxers Duelling Piano Bar and Albert’s Schloss.

Jukeboxers being a late night cocktail bar partnered with non-stop live music, where the guests control the playlist via the Jukeboxers app. Albert’s Schloss, the ‘German party palace’, is influenced by travels across Alpine Europe, which offers a Bavarian-inspired menu, the very best of European biers, flamboyant performances and ‘seven days of showtime‘.


7. 1565 Bar & Terrace

Wind down and reflect on your whirlwind day spent in the vibrant city of Birmingham. Sip on our selection of signature cocktails, crafted by our own expert bartenders in our 1565 Bar & Terrace.

Depending on the season, you can lap up the summer rays on our stunning terrace. Or cosy up in our sophisticated and elegant bar all before the night closes and you head up to your 4-star overnight stay with us.

Why not stay the night?

Park Regis Birmingham is one of the best hotels in Birmingham and is within a short walking distance of a number of the attractions mentioned above, so come and enjoy some luxury in the heart of Birmingham.

Book direct and we will give you free breakfast, early check in (subject to availability) & flexible booking conditions!

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