Situated in Birmingham's historic city centre, Hyatt Regency Birmingham encourages guests to get out and explore what England’s second largest city has to offer. Shop till you drop at independent boutiques in a Victorian shopping arcade, stroll through charming urban parks, and marvel at masterpieces at local art museums. World-class attractions including the Symphony Hall and Birmingham Repertory Theatre are steps away from our hotel near Broad Street.
First opened in 1913, The Old REP has been at the forefront of theatre in the city. Birmingham Repertory Theatre shortly became one of the most renowned theatres in the world. Head over to catch shows from large touring companies or local organisations.
Originally built in 1901, The Alexandra Theatre is owned by The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) who provide famous shows across the UK. Head here to catch large touring musicals, comedians or live theatre shows.
Built in 1834, the Town Hall is one of the oldest concert halls in the world. Head here for a tour of the grounds and see where famous rock stars have previously stood. Book in for an evening of live music, comedy and classical artists.
Admire more than 40 galleries displaying fine art, ceramics, jewellery, and artefacts at this renowned art and history museum, which dates back to 1885. Of particular note is the Pre-Raphaelite collection, the largest in the country.
An award winning, interactive museum providing a fun and educational day out for the whole family. Enjoy steam trains, talking robots and realisitc body parts, all provided through 200 hands-on displays on science and technology.
Discover some of the great attractions at LEGOLAND, suitable for all family members. Step in to MINILAND, where you will experience a mini version of Birmingham city, the LEGO 4D Cinema or get creative in one of the onsite workshops.
Dive into the delicious world of Cadbury chocolate at Carbury world. Learn about the history of Cadbury, see how chocolate is made and have a go yourself. Hop aboard the Cadbara ride, enjoy lunch in the café and shop for goodies in the factory shop.
Originally a wooden fort built by William the Conqueror in 1068, Warwick Castle now sits proudly on a bend of the River Avon after being rebuilt using stone in the 12th Century. Enjoy parent and toddler days, the dragon slayer show and gifts from the onsite shop.
If you're interested to hear what it was to work and live during 19th and early 20th century prepare for an immersive experience. You are able to explore 26-acress-landscape with reconstructed shops, houses and industrial areas - all to tell its unique Black Country's story.
Much of England’s jewellery hails from this trendy neighbourhood, composed of more than 100 specialty jewellery shops and retailers housed in historic buildings. Shop for glitzy rings, posh necklaces, and more.
Stroll through 15 acres of meticulously cultivated plants in this Victorian public park. Be sure to stop inside four glasshouses filled with plants hailing from tropical rainforests, arid deserts, the Mediterranean, and more.
Located on the edge of Cannon Hill Park, this wildlife conservation park is home to a unique collection of animals from across the world. Take an education trip and learn about each species at their dedicated feeding times.
There's something for the whole family at Cannon Hill Park, hop aboard the Land Train or take a trip on the Boating Lake in a Swan Pedal Boat. Enjoy lunch in the Garden Tea Room or Bridges Café at the MAC.