Map of Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses




Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens were opened in 1832. They were designed by JC Loudon, a leading garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher. [more...]


Directions
From M40 Take M42 West to M5 North and then:
From M5 Leave at junction 3 and take A456 signposted City Centre. Turn right onto B4129 (Norfolk Road) signposted Botanical Gardens.

From M6 Leave at junction 6 and take A38(M) to City Centre. Follow under-passes signposted Birmingham West to A456. At Five Ways island turn left onto B4217 (Calthorpe Road) signposted Botanical Gardens.

What's near Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses

Attractions:
  Ikon Gallery  1 Mile
  National Sea Life Centre  1 Mile
  Barber Institute of Fine Arts  1 Mile
 
Towns:
  Birmingham  2 Miles
  Smethwick  2 Miles
  West Bromwich  4 Miles
more towns near Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses...
 
Bed and Breakfast:
  Central Guesthouse  5 Miles
  Ravenhurst Guest House  7 Miles
  A1 The White House Quality Bed and Bre  7 Miles
 
Self Catering:
  Westside  1 Mile
  Highview at Cavershamplace  7 Miles
  Manor House Rural Retreats  13 Miles
more self catering near Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses...
 
Campsites:
  Dayhouse Farm Fishery  6 Miles
  Somers Wood Caravan Park  11 Miles
  West Midlands Water Ski Centre  13 Miles
TIC: Chipping Campden Tourist Information Centre     Tel: 01386 841 206  28 Miles


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