Open Days 2019
Our Open Day provides you with the perfect opportunity to discover just what Birmingham has to offer.
Travelling to Birmingham for our next Open Day? Why not take the opportunity to make a weekend of it? We're situated in the heart of the city where there’s a whole load of places to explore, as well as concerts, shopping and chocolate! Here's our guide to some of the things you could see and do.
What's on this weekend
To mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, 12 of his drawings from the Royal Collection are on display at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
Birmingham Wine Weekend is a long weekend of sipping delicious wines in some of Birmingham’s best bars! What better way to unwind after checking out our campus?
Held at the NEC every year, MCM Comic Con is the perfect opportunity to indulge your inner geek and meet top sci fi and fantasy stars from film and TV, as well as perusing merch stalls!
2019 Gymnastics World Cup
Who will show flair and stamina on the pommel horse and floor, demonstrate extreme strength on the rings, and pull off strong routines on the vault, parallel bars and high bar? Support the best gymnasts in the country as the male finalists battle it out at the 2019 Gymnastics World Cup at the Genting Arena!
Places to visit in Birmingham
Nothing beats a healthy helping of retail therapy! With 160 stylish stores featuring 2,000 leading brands, the Bullring is the premier destination for shopping in the Midlands.
Opened in 1885, this museum and gallery is famous for its Pre-Raphaelite paintings as well as paintings by other Victorian artists whose works are hard to find in metropolitan areas.
With its stand-out postmodern and high-tech architecture, the library of Birmingham is one landmark to add to your must-see list. (Closed on Sundays).
Uncover the fascinating story of Cadbury chocolate. From learning how your favourite confectionery is made to playing in chocolate rain, Cadbury World is not just for kids. Take in the sights, smells and tastes of the place where chocolate really comes to life.
Where to eat AND STAY in Birmingham
Tom’s Kitchen Birmingham is the latest Restaurant, Bar and Deli to open, located in The Mailbox, right in the heart of Birmingham city centre.
Independent Birmingham is dedicated to unearthing Birmingham's hidden gems and best-kept secrets, touring the city in search of the unique and the inspiring.
Digbeth Dining Club is the multi award winning street food event that has become a hit in Birmingham and is leading the Midlands alternative food scene.
A short walk from the Bullring and only 0.1 miles away from our City Centre Campus. The hotel has 174 luxurious bedrooms and has all the facilities needed to relax and unwind (formerly Hotel la Tour).