A few ideas of where to go and what to do this Father’s Day on Westside

Hospitality, arts and leisure venues on Westside have a wide range of offerings for family and friends, with loads on offer for your dad this Father’s Day.

You could kickstart your day in one of the Golden Mile’s many pubs, including Wetherspoons or O’Neills, and enjoy a hearty breakfast ahead of a busy day exploring. Book here:

Once refuelled, you could give your dad a bit of culture at the Ikon Gallery in the heart of Brindleyplace, with exciting creative displays, or spoil him to a range of gifts from the Ikon Shop. The Ikon reopens its doors on 18 June and you can book here: Visit the Ikon Gallery

You and your dad could then enjoy one of the many entertainment venues on Westside, with The National Sea Life Centre or Lego Land in Brindleyplace both being great places for family fun and memories. You can book here: The National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham

Or if your dad’s a film fanatic, you can take him to the Odeon Luxe in Broadway Plaza, which is showing a range of films guaranteed to keep the family happy.

Broadway Plaza has teamed up with the Odeon Luxe to give one lucky dad the opportunity to win a £50 voucher and free parking, with five runners up receiving complimentary parking from 18-20 June. To enter the competition, visit: Dad You’re A Star!

After a packed afternoon, you could then visit the Canal House on Bridge Street and treat dad to one of their tasty hanging kebabs or an English roast. You can book here: Book table at The Canal House Bar and Restaurant

If Italian food is dad’s favourite, why not treat him to a dinner in Cielo, one of Westside’s best Italians? Dine inside or outside on the patio, tuck into their fine cuisine and you will almost imagine you’re in Venice! Book here: Welcome – Cielo Italian Restaurant

If you’ve now tired dad’s legs out, you can help him to kick back and relax and booking a room at the Hilton Garden Inn in Brindleyplace. Once there you can soak in the benefits of a session in the gym and the next morning he could enjoy a full English or continental breakfast. Book here: Hilton Garden Inn Birmingham Brindleyplace

By Luisa Huggins

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