Thinktank is a science museum which is about people, the world and how we live in it. This museum offers a brand new way of examining the past, present and future. Using state-of-the-art digital technology to project incredible images onto a 360-degree domed ceiling, the audience can be in the very centre of the action.
Selly Manor Museum is a Tudor manor house with stunning surrounding gardens in the tranquil Bourneville village. Games and dressing up in period costumes are among the available activities. The garden is also just perfect for having a picnic. The house of Minworth Greaves is considered to be almost 750 years old.
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is homed in a Grade II listed building and was first opened in 1885. It has a diverse range of exhibitions as well as an art gallery which is renowned for its stunning pre-Raphaelite paintings. In autumn 2014, the Staffordshire Hoard Gallery opened on a permanent basis. The collections have been labelled Outstanding by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport.
Saint Nicolas Place is Birmingham’s largest collection of Tudor and Medieval architecture. The architecturally and historically important Grade II listed buildings are located in the centre of the city. They consist of the Old Grammar School and the Tudor Merchant’s House, also known as The Saracen’s Head.
Why not go for a bite to eat after visiting a museum in one of Birmingham’s many eateries?