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What to see by car: Birmingham

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Birmingham is the perfect central base to tour from, with many historic and beautiful sites easily accessible from the city, by car, train or bus.

For chocaholics, Cadbury World is a must visit! Here you can learn about the history of chocolate and how it's made, as well as taste samples. A great outing for all ages! If you've eaten enough chocolate, visit nearby Bournville village. It boasts one of the world's first garden suburbs built by the Cadbury brothers to house their workers, at the beginning of the 20th century. A quaint half-timbered house nearby, Selly Manor, has a beautiful Elizabethan herb garden.

For a family outing, don't miss the National Sea Life Centre, Britain's first and largest inland sea life centre. It boasts the world's first completely transparent underwater tunnel, allowing visitors to be literally suspended in water, surrounded by sharks, stingrays and other marine life.

Birmingham lies in the heart of the coal and iron industry and the Black Country Museum in Dudley illustrates the history of the industry by recreating a mining village, where you can see for yourself the conditions the miners worked in. There are also amazing limestone caverns nearby that can be accessed by a boat ride down the Dudley Canal Tunnel.

Cannon Hill Park provides an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and is known as Birmingham's 'greenest space'. Although the city boasts over 200 parks, Cannon Hill Park is the most attractive, located on the south side of the city. Here you can relax by boating on the lake, watch people play tennis or lawn bowling. At the Nature Centre, you can check out the underwater observation deck. For more outdoor appeal, visit the Sutton Park National Nature Reserve in Sutton Coldfield, which boasts 2,400 acres of woodlands, heaths, and wetlands.

A must visit for any JRR Tolkein fan is the Sarehole Mill, 4 miles southeast of the city centre. This 18th century corn mill is opposite the house where the author lived as a young boy and is said to be the inspiration for Hobbiton in The Hobbit, as well as the mill in The Lord of the Rings.

The rural communities and villages outside of Birmingham are also well worth a visit. West Bromwich, 5 miles from Birmingham, is the largest town in this area is its claim to fame is its mention in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Rowley Regis, 6 miles from Birmingham, is an old Roman settlement and quarry.

Selection of hotels in this region:

Quality Hotel Birmingham North

City Inn Birmingham (Room Only)

Radisson SAS Birmingham

Apollo Hotel

Macdonald Burlington Hotel

Ramada Birmingham City Centre

Comfort Inn Birmingham

The Plough and Harrow Hotel

Westmead Hotel

Copthorne Hotel Birmingham

Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre

Hyatt Regency

Novotel Birmingham Centre

Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC and 15 days parking

Malmaison Birmingham

Holiday Inn Birmingham M6, Junction 7

De Vere Belfry

Jurys Inn Birmingham

Crowne Plaza Birmingham

Birmingham Marriott

Quality Hotel Birmingham

Britannia Hotel

Comfort Inn, Norfolk, Birmingham

Express by Holiday Inn Birmingham Oldbury

Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC

Paragon Hotel

City Inn Birmingham

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