Since the Bullring first opened Birmingham’s transformation has been unstoppable. And this iconic building now forms a centrepoint for a city bursting with activity and growing in all directions.
Head north for the brasseries and upmarket mixology joints dotted around Corporation Street. If you’ve got time, walk further to the refurbished REP theatre and library – where the arts is currently taking centrestage. Or take a turn west into the jewellery quarter, where almost half of the country’s jewellery is still produced. And for pubs and clubs, try Digbeth – just south of the Bullring and full of sprawling warehouse spaces.
For luxury shopping visitors still descend on The Mailbox weekend after weekend. And then there's Grand Central. A brand new destination connecting traingoers at New Street Station with the Bullring and the dedicated pop up shops of Link Street.View all Birmingham spaces
Birmingham is my hometown -- it's amazing to be a part of such a good community.
Naomi, care assistant
There is a great nightlife and Birmingham has the most friendly people.
I love the diversity of the city and how vibrant it is.
Rebecca, speech therapist