Area Attractions

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.

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Hyatt Regency Birmingham

2 Bridge Street
Birmingham, United Kingdom, B1 2JZ

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Food + Drink

The Wilderness

Chefs work closely with local purveyors and even forage for some of the ingredients themselves at this unique restaurant inspired by the British Isles. The result is a rustic, farm-to-table menu that’s as tasty as it is wholesome.

Purnell’s

Celebrity chef Glynn Purnell is known for serving gourmet multi-course dinners at this trendy restaurant. Enjoy an after-dinner coffee or apéritif in the lounge.

Art + Culture

Town Hall

Built in 1834, the Town Hall is one of the oldest concert halls in the world. Head here to catch a performance by world-class rock, pop, comedy, and classical artists.

Symphony Hall

Home to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, this auditorium seats more than 2,000 spectators and the stage welcomes a variety of acts every year.

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

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.

Family Attractions

Thinktank

This interactive science museum features a planetarium, an Imax theatre, and exhibits, including a World War II fighter plane and machines from the Industrial Revolution.

Weoley Castle

The whole family will enjoy exploring the 750-year-old ruins of the stately Weoley Castle, a moated medieval manor once used as a hunting lodge.

Sealife Centre

The National SEA LIFE Centre is an aquarium with over 60 displays of freshwater and marine life and the UK's only 360 degree Ocean Tunnel.

Shopping

Selfridges

One of Birmingham’s most distinctive landmarks with an equally impressive shopping experience of luxury brands and designer arrivals.

The Jewellery Quarter

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.

Sports

TeamSport

Challenge your family to a heart-pounding race around the track at this premier go-karting facility—home to the biggest and fastest indoor circuit in the West Midlands.

Parks + Recreation

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

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.

Malvern and Brueton Park

Established by the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, this local nature reserve is home to a lake, a playground, tennis courts, mature woods, and an interpretive nature centre.