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Britain's second city, Birmingham is a vibrant melting pot of ideas, traditions, cultures and cuisines that once was at the very heart of the industrial revolution.
Alfred Bird Custard Factory.
The City's innovative arts-and-media venue is established within the newly formed 'Creative Quarter'. Restaurant's, galleries and independent shops selling clothes, jewelry, ceramics and other crafts have found a new home in what was once a custard factory. There are also live music venues and a theatre.
Balti Triangle.
The Balti curry was brought to Birmingham by a Kashmiri population, and now a large part of south Birmingham in Sparkbrook, Balsall Heath and Moseley has been transformed into a colourful and  buzzing area by the large number of balti restaurants and Asian food, clothes and jewelry shops.
Black Country living Musium.
Victorian times are recreated at the open-air musium covering 10 hectares with the chance to go down a mine  or ride a tramcar combine with visits to a 19th century village school, working fairground, shops, cottages, workshops. mine and canal boats.
Gas Street Basin.
Once the hub of Birmingham's 33miles (53 km) of canals , this is the is the place to go on sunny day's to see narrow boats, speciality shops and relax at a waterside pub. The canal towpath leads to Brindley Place and more bars. cafes and Restaurants.
Hall of Memory.
(more to follow.)
Hereford & Worcester.
These twin cities epitomise the west midlands, steeped in history and dominated by cathedrals, they also enjoy river settings, surrounded by lush countryside and cider orchards.    
          Musium & Art Gallery.
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery