Birmingham shopping centre guide

Birmingham Shopping Guide: Shopping Centres

With the holidays just around the corner, there is no better time to explore Birmingham’s shopping centres. Perhaps you’re struggling with your Christmas list and need inspiration? A trip to these iconic buildings packed with all sorts of stores will do the trick!

Bullring Shopping Centre

Address: Bullring, Birmingham, B5 4BU
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 8pm, Saturday 9am – 8pm, Sunday 11am – 5pm.

The ultimate destination for shopaholics is the Bullring. This area has been the city’s main market centre since the Middle Ages. Today, it houses over 160 shops selling clothing, jewellery, technology, toys, health and beauty supplies, sports apparel and plenty more.  Don’t forget to pay a visit to The Bull sculpture on the upper floor and take photos of Selfridge’s modern facade.

Grand Central

Address: Grand Central, Birmingham, B2 4XJ
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday 10am – 7pm. Sunday 11am – 5pm.

Right across from the Bullring stands Grand Central, Birmingham’s newest shopping centre. These two locations complement one another — together they house over 200 shops! Forget about wandering aimlessly around Birmingham. This prime retail centre has everything you could need.    

The Mailbox

Address: 7 Commercial Street, Birmingham, B1 1RS
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday 10am – 7pm. Sunday 11am – 5pm.

Taste and sophistication meet at The Mailbox, Birmingham’s luxury hub. If you’re ready to splurge on some designer fashion, stylish home furnishings or high-end cuisine, this is the place for you. But there’s more to The Mailbox than meets the eye. Its many restaurants, cafés and bars overlook the city’s canals and make for brilliant Instagram photos!

The ICC Mall

Address: 8 Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 2EA
Opening hours: Vary from store to store. The Mall may close for special events.

One of the most popular convention centres in Birmingham has a well-kept secret. The Mall connects ICC’s halls and meetings rooms without disrupting the events taking place. It has shops, cafés, art galleries and even a symphony hall.

Are you’re ready to grab your bag and go shopping? We don’t blame you! But what if we told you that you could shop and pamper yourself at the same time? Park Regis Birmingham is located a short walk or drive from these shopping centres. Book a deluxe hotel room in the Birmingham centre and finish your shopping spree with a superb full-body treatment at Shakina Dry Urban Spa.

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