About the West Midlands
Located in the Heart of England the term "West Midlands" is used to describe both the County and the Regional Area.
West Midlands as a County is home to the Cities and Towns of Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Solihull, Sutton Coldfield, Walsall, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton.
The Region known as the West Midlands comprises of West Midlands as a County and parts of the Counties of Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
The West Midlands Region contains five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs), including all of the Shropshire Hills, Malvern Hills and Cannock Chase
while parts of the Wye Valley, the Cotswolds and the Peak District national park also fall within the Region.
Birmingham is at the centre of the West Midlands and is home to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC),
National Indoor Arena (NIA), International Convention Centre (ICC), Symphony Hall, the Bullring Shopping Centre and Birmingham International Airport.
Local Links for the West Midlands
Birmingham International Airport
Birmingham International Airport,
Aston Villa Football Club
West Bromwich Albion Football Club
Birmingham City Football Club
- The official website of The Blues
St. Andrews Stadium,
St. Andrews Road,
Warwickshire County Cricket Club
- Home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club and popular Test Venue
The County Ground,
Cadbury World opened in 1990, where the history, making and the magic of chocolate is available for visitors of all ages to enjoy.
Black Country Living Museum
The Black Country Living Museum in Dudley where Victorian times have been recreated.
Houses, shops, a chapel, school and a pub are just some of the buildings that have been meticulously reconstructed to recreate an era of manufacturing enterprise at the heart of industrial Britain
West Midlands Safari Park
West Midlands Safari Park,
Safari Adeventure, Dsicovery Trail and Amusement Area
Dudley Zoological Gardens and Castle
2 The Broadway,
Dudley Zoo covers some fifty acres and is home to a wide variety of rare and exotic animals from around the world.
At the centre of the zoo is Dudley Castle and there are regular events throughout the day
The Walsall Arboretum
Opened in 1874 Walsall Arboretum contains over 70 hectares of parks, lakes and gardens
The West Midlands is home to some famous theme parks including Drayton Manor Park and Alton Towers
Drayton Manor Park
Symphony Hall Birmingham
- The Symphony Hall Birmingham is an iconic venue in the heart of the city of Birmingham
The NIA Birmingham
- The National Indoor Arena is home to all manor of sporting and entertainment events
King Edwards Road,
The ICC Birmingham
- The International Convention Centre welcomes around 500 events and over 150,000 delegates each year
King Edwards Road,
The NEC Birmingham
- The National Exhibition Centre is one of the largest leisure and entertainment complexes in the UK
LG Arena Birmingham
- The LG Arena is a world class venue that hosts popular shows, gigs and entertainment events
National Exhibition Centre,
University of Birmingham
Popular Towns and Cities in the County of West Midlands
Hotels and Inns in Birmingham City Centre
Hotels in Coventry
Hotels in Dudley
Hotels in Solihull
Hotels in Sutton Coldfield
Hotels in Walsall
Hotels in West Bromwich
Hotels in Wolverhampton
Hotels and Inns near Birmingham NEC and Birmingham International Airport
Birmingham Wards and Districts
There are forty wards or districts in Birmingham and if you are searching for accommodation in a particular district
we are sure that we can help you find hotels, inns and accommodation that meets any budget
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