1. Go for a Walk
Birmingham offers a plethora of tranquil walks and beautiful scenery for you to enjoy in the fresh and crisp Spring air. Whether you choose to go to Moseley Bog, Clent Hills, Sutton Park or the canals, there are plenty of places for you to explore in Birmingham this Spring.
2. Sing All Day Long at Genting Arena
Pop will be at the center stage of Genting Arena this spring 2019 season. Some of the top performances include Daryl Hall & John Oates, plus very special guest: KT Tunstall on April 24; Olly Murs on May 10 – 11, Michale Bublé on May 20 – 21, and Carrie Underwood on June 28. Sports fans will scream themselves hoarse cheering for their favourite athletes at Bellator MMA Birmingham, Primus vs Wilde on May 4 and WWE Live on May 15. One of the most anticipated events has to be Hugh Jackman’s performance on May 27 – 28, part of his “The Man. The Music. The Show” world tour.
3. Cannon Hill Park
If you’re looking for a day out with the family, then Cannon Hill Park is the perfect place to go. With a fun fayre catering for all ages, golf, swan lake boats, tennis and the MAC arts centre, there’s so much to do, you’ll want to come back. Cannon Hill Park is in Moseley, and has over 250 acres of greenery to offer; perfect for a family picnic!
4. Antiques for Everyone
From April 4 to April 7, 2019, Antiques for Everyone will be at the NEC, bringing together more than 200 specialist dealers who offer some of the most desirable and unusual antiques to the modern day industry. If you love anything vintage or antique, then Antiques for Everyone is perfect for you. If you’ve just done a spring clean and have made some space in your home, then you could grab yourself a bargain or two.
5. Films, Concerts and Comedy at The Symphony Hall
Symphony Hall never ceases to amaze with its expertly curated selection of concerts, performances, theatre, visual arts and just about anything art and entertainment-related. The Spring 2019 season will be the best one yet – you’ll have a difficult time choosing from classical music concerts, jazz and blues, folk music, comedy shows and dance performances that you’ll be tempted to pack everything and move to Birmingham.
6. Flatpack Film Festival
One of the most awaited film events of the year is just around the corner. If you’re a fan of exceptional cinema, rejoice! Flatpack Festival is back from April 30th and May 5th, 2019. If you’re unfamiliar with this festival, you’re in for the surprise of a lifetime. And we’re not exaggerating. Venues across Birmingham will be showing screenings, exhibitions and audio-visual installations of stunning quality and originality. Be it film, art or sound, Flatpack has something for everyone of all ages.
7. Birmingham Sea Life Centre – Brindley Place
In Birmingham City Centre is Birmingham Sea Life Centre, hosting over 60 displays of marine, tropical and freshwater fish. With a one-million-litre ocean tank that is home to giant sea turtles, black tip reef sharks and reef fish, it is a the perfect place to educate your kids and take any sea life lover. Birmingham Sea Life Centre has the UK’s only completely transparent 360 degree underwater tunnel.
8. Cycle along the Canals
The Birmingham Canal stretches out for 29 miles and links Birmingham to Worcester. Starting as an ‘offshoot’ on the River Severn in Worcester, it goes all the way through Birmingham and ends in Gas Street Basin. It is a great place for your family and friends to have a bike ride whilst enjoying the crisp Spring air.
Why not extend your stay?
Birmingham is also known for being a shopping paradise. From shopping at high-end malls, such as the Mailbox, enjoying the BullRing Shopping centre to bargain-hunting at the world famous Birmingham markets, the city centre has it all. So, why not make weekend of it? With so much to do in the UK’s second city, Birmingham has never been as exciting. Our luxury and modern hotel rooms ensure that you will enjoy your stay and discover everything that Birmingham has to offer. What are you waiting for? Book one of our Birmingham hotel deals!