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Being in the heart of the city, a short walk from all three train stations, Hotel du Vin Birmingham is a explorer’s dream. And while the winter months aren’t ideal, we’ve picked out our favourites all within a mile of our front door. To make things easier we’ve listed them in order of closeness, so you can plan a perfect day out, or even pop back for a catnap in between. And many of them are free!


As the UK’s second city, Birmingham boasts over 160 of the most desirable shops for you to explore, including the famous Bullring along with Pallasades and Pavillion indoor shopping malls, all just steps away from Hotel du Vin. Each one is perfect for a rainy day of retail therapy (right on our doorstep).

Whitehall Galleries

The best contemporary art gallery Birmingham has to offer, Whitewall Galleries showcases a stunning portfolio of international artwork from award winning artists including figurative Virtuoso Fabian Perez and the UK's leading impressionist Sheree Valentine Daines. Free admission (100 yards next to Snow Hill train station).

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 

The largest local authority museum service in England with over 500,000 objects in the collections, dating from 200,000 years ago to the present, and originating from each of the continents. BMAG is home to one of the world's finest collections of Pre-Raphaelite art, as well as extensive collections of fine and applied art, social history, archaeology and ethnography. Free admission (300 yards away)

The Symphony Hall 

Symphony Hall presents prestigious international orchestras and is also home to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra started in 1920 by Edward Elgar - as well as the Youth Orchestra and Children’s Choir (approximately 0.8 miles)

Ikon Gallery 

The Ikon Gallery is home to one of Europe's premier venues for contemporary art, showing exciting, innovative and challenging artists. Housed in a magnificent neo-gothic school building, it is an educational charity and works to encourage public engagement with contemporary art through exhibiting new work in a context of debate and participation. Free admission (approximately 1 mile)

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter 

When the proprietors of the Smith & Pepper jewellery manufacturing firm decided to retire in 1981 they ceased trading and locked the door, unaware they would be leaving a time capsule for future generations. Tools were left strewn on benches; grubby overalls were hung on the coat hooks; and dirty teacups were abandoned alongside jars of marmite and jam on the shelf. Today the factory is a remarkable museum, which tells the story of the Birmingham's famed jewellery and metalworking heritage. (approximately 1 mile, but well worth it!).