Tree-lined squares, International cuisine and an enviable canalside location make Brindleyplace one of Birmingham’s most exciting destinations.
Brindleyplace is perfectly positioned next to the to the famous National Indoor Arena (The NIA) and the International Convention Centre (ICC) home to the Symphony Hall making it an ideal place for a pre-concert meal and drinks. It is also well connected being just a ten minute walk from New Street Station and just off Broad Street which is served by local buses.
There is plenty to see and do at Brindleyplace from the internationally renowned Ikon Gallery and The National SEA LIFE Centre to Number Nine the Gallery, an independent art gallery with unique artwork at affordable prices. Brindleyplace is also home to The Crescent Theatre which hosts a wide range of productions from popular classics to modern, thought-provoking performances.
There are exciting events held throughout the year including the popular Dragonboat Festival in June, Local Produce Markets during the summer and festive entertainment at Christmas.
Brindleyplace is the ideal place to start a visit to Birmingham’s famous canals. Why not jump on board a canal boat and take a serene journey along Birmingham’s waterways? There are access points readily available and information boards highlighting the canal’s heritage and attractions.
In the evenings, Brindleyplace comes alive with great food, music and laughter. Free live music in the bandstand provides the soundtrack as you share a meal with friends and unwind after a day enjoying the city. Explore the best choice of restaurants in Birmingham from award-winning fine-dining restaurants to relaxed family eateries. Why not extend your visit and stay overnight in a stylish hotel or serviced apartment?