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Best things to do in Birmingham

History Museum
“Free entrance and only short train trip to centre of Birmingham from nearby Bromsgrove or Droitwich stations.”
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Museum
“small gallery with a cafe. Worth looking up what's on online before you go. Situated in a large, quiet square right in the heart of birmingham”
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Museum
“Local museum of the jewellery quarter. Go back in time and see what the area was like many years ago.”
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Museum
“Not been, sorry. They say "Close encounters with technology past, present and future in family-friendly interactive displays. "”
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History Museum
“Sarehole Mill Get a taste of Sarehole Mill, the 250 year old working watermill in Birmingham that is famous for its association with author J.R.R Tolkien.”
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Museum
“A great place based around tours, similar to the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter. Well worth a visit.”
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Museum
“The Pen Museum, or Pen Room, is housed in a Grade II Listed redbrick building, on the corner of Legge Lane and Frederick Street. Once home to Wiley's pen factory, it is the only UK museum dedicated to the history of the pen making industry. The museum tells the story of how Birmingham became the centre of the steel pen trade and its part in communication revolution. During a visit here you will be able to make your own pen nib and try out feather quills, reed pens, early typewriters and braille equipment.”
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Museum
“Soho House is a Grade II* listed 18th-century house in Handsworth, England. It was the home of entrepreneur Matthew Boulton from 1766 until his death in 1809, and a regular meeting-place of the Lunar Society of Birmingham.”
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Store
“A lovely house and fabulous botanical garden gifted to the University by a wealthy industrialist and beautifully maintained with a period exhibition of furnished rooms. Café too.”
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Museum
“Tudor house with small but pleasant garden. combine with exploring picturesque Bournville green with its traditional shops and nearby Carillon.”
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Museum
“Grade II* Tudor house built c.1590 with glorious gardens you'll love to walk through, a delightful tearoom. Entertaining and very knowledgable guides who can give you a tour. Very family friendly with something for all ages. Regular events so check website to see what's on if you're visiting.”
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Kunstgalerie
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Home Goods Store
Museum
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