Visit by car
Postcode for Sat Nav (Millennium Point NCP car park): B4 7AP
Millennium Point is clearly signposted from all main routes into the city – simply follow the brown tourist signs.
Do not follow the signs to 'City University' since these may lead you to the wrong campus - please follow the Sat Nav postcode B4 7AP or signs to Millennium Point.
There is a multi-storey car park owned and managed by Birmingham City Council situated adjacent to Millennium Point. The car park entrance is on Howe Street off Jennens Road. Please retain your entry ticket on entering the Car Park. Payment is via machines located inside the car park building at the end of your visit. This car park takes cash and card payments. There is a cash machine available inside Millennium Point on Level 0.
Visit by public transport
Curzon Library is situated about ten minutes walk from both New Street and Moor Street Stations, where there are regular train services to and from all parts of the country. Trains run every half hour from London Euston to New Street Station - the journey time is approximately 100 minutes.
Walking from Birmingham New Street Station:
Leave the station and turn right onto New Street. The Rotunda building will be a little way down on your right. Turn left into High Street. Proceed past the Pavilions shopping centre and Marks & Spencer to the first set of traffic lights and turn right. Continue down Albert Street into Curzon Street until you reach Curzon Street Station on your right.
Walking from Birmingham Moor Street Station:
Leave the station and turn right on to Moor Street Queensway and proceed forwards past Clayton hotel. Turn right on to Masshouse Lane and proceed forward to its end, cross to the far side of Masshouse lane and keep to your left until you reach a pedestrian crossing across the B4114 and Bartholomew Row. Cross the road and proceed in a straight line until you reach Eastside City Park. Continue walking straight ahead, Curzon Library is located on the ground and first floors of the Curzon Building at the far end of the park.