Reasons to Book Cheap Birmingham Flights
Birmingham is the second most populous city in England. It had become famous in 18th century as the ‘World’s First Manufacturing Town’ for its extensive manufacturing faculties and the invention of industrial steam engine. The city is home to numerous cultural events, architectural marvels and world’s biggest canal network. To the city’s north is the cathedral city of Lichfield and to its east is the city of Coventry, the heart of British motor industry.Birmingham Music and Art Gallery
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is the star attraction of the city and is one of the best of its kind in the royal country. It has a remarkable collection of antiques relating to fine art, ceramics, metalwork, jewelry, natural history, archaeology, ethnography, local history and industrial history from India and Egypt. Besides, there are also more than 40 dedicated galleries that display one of the world’s largest Pre-Raphaelite collections from the 14th century.Library of Birmingham
Library of Birmingham is Europe’s largest regional library. A flagship project of city’s redevelopment over the last few years, this library has a remarkable collection of thousands of old books, maps, photographs, drawings, letters and tickets. From the outside too, the library is a stunning architectural masterpiece as it appears to be a glittering stack of bubble wrapped gift pack in pale emerald and yellow shades.Aston Hall
Aston Hall is a restored 17th century Jacobean mansion in Birmingham that has now been turned into a public museum. Its insides are known for their period rooms with classical pieces of artworks, furniture, paintings, textiles and metal works. Visitors would also notice the damage sustained by one the walls here after it was hit by a cannon ball during the English Civil War. Aston hall celebrates a popular Christmas event here every two years where the whole grounds are lit by candles.