Birmingham houses some of the most interesting of places to visit and discover the many
worlds which reside within the city’s confines. In order to enjoy your stay in the city, you
ought to visit these places to have a memorable time:
National Sea Life Centre
The National Sea Life Centre in Brindleyplace, Birmingham is an aquarium with more than
sixty displays of freshwater and marine life. Designed by Sir Norman Foster, the building’s
ocean tank has a capacity of 1,000,000 litres (220,000 imp gal) of water and accommodates
giant green sea turtles, blacktip reef sharks and tropical reef fish. It has the only entirely
transparent 360-degree underwater tunnel in the United Kingdom.
Run by the widely known chocolate company, Cadbury, Cadbury World attracts visitors from
around the world. More than 500,000 people visit there each year especially children and
students. It exhibits fourteen ones which narrate the story of chocolate and the Cadbury
business through various static sets, animatronics, video presentations, multi-sensory cinema,
interactive displays and activities, and staff demonstrations.
Library of Birmingham
The Library of Birmingham is a public library in Birmingham, England, situated on the west
side of the city centre at Centenary Square. It is known as the largest public library in the
United Kingdom. The library consists of nationally and internationally significant collections,
including the Boulton and Watt archives, the Bournville Village Trust Archive, the Charles
Parker Archive, the Parker collection of children’s books, the Wingate Bett transport ticket
collection, the Railway and Canal Historical Society Library; and the photographic archives
of the Warwickshire photographic survey, Sir Benjamin Stone, John Blakemore and Val
Williams; and is in the process of acquiring that of Daniel Meadows. It houses Britain’s most
important Shakespeare collection, and one of the two most important Shakespeare collections
in the world. This collection contains 43,000 books.
Ackers Adventure offers a great deal of fun and exhilarating activities for children as well as
adults. From archery to canoeing to skiing to snowboarding to zip lining, Ackers has it all.
Activities take place over a diverse landscape of 75 acres. Habitats within their confines
range from open grassland, woodland and marsh cut through by the River Cole, the Grand
Union Canal, and Mainline Railways which adds a variety to the landscape. It is considered
to be a hidden urban oasis, a green gem which faces Birmingham city centre.
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