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  1. 50 ways the West Midlands made its mark
    From playing the first game of lawn tennis, inventing the first practical bicycle and pioneering the first automated traffic lights, through to literary heroes such as William Shakespeare, the West Midlands’ innovators, products and ideas have helped drive Britain forward and shape the world.
  2. Travelling from London? London Northwestern Railway (LNR) provides intercity and commuter train services on the Euston, Northampton, Birmingham and Liverpool corridors.
  3. A blockbuster exhibition devoted to the music that was born in and around Birmingham. Music that turned up the volume, down-tuned the guitars, and introduced a whole new meaning to the word ‘heavy’.
    1. 26 Jun 201929 Sep 2019
  4. We Knock-on Rugby’s door…

    We had arrived in Rugby via train from Birmingham New Street, the journey takes approximately the same time as it does to play one half of the eminent game that this market town gave birth to…

    25 Apr 2019
  5. Book your Fierce Festival city break today...
    1. 15 Oct 201920 Oct 2019
  6. Black Country Living Museum
    Visit the award-winning Black Country Living Museum and join in with 300 years of history like no other.
    1. 1 Jan 201931 Dec 2019
  7. Warwick Castle is one of the most exciting historic locations in Europe, set in the heart of Shakespeare’s England with over 1,100 years of fascinating architecture and amazing views in 64 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.
  8. FarGo Village is an artistically repurposed industrial space designed exclusively for creative, independent businesses.
  9. Red House Glass Cone
    The festival's aim is to celebrate and showcase the skill and innovation of the glass industry and makers, both historic and contemporary, local and international.
    1. 23 Aug 201926 Aug 2019
  10. Go for a spin of a different kind Land Rover Experience in Solihull.
  11. England's Waterways
    Explore England’s hidden Waterways for your next holiday. The West Midlands is full of unique and beautiful canals, which sit alongside cultural attractions and its amazing cities and countryside.
  12. Unique things to do in the West Midlands

    If this is your first time in the West Midlands here are of some of the sights and experiences that are unique to the city and region. Make sure that before you leave town, you tick a few of this list that are exclusive to the region and its neighbours.

    21 Aug 2019
  13. Edgbaston Village
    Attractions across the estate are varied, stretching from internationally recognised sporting venues to award winning arts, cultural and leisure attractions. Edgbaston Village is home to retail and a dynamic dining quarter with a range of excellent restaurants.

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