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The weather in Birmingham
Find the Birmingham climate diagram. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Find your beautiful accommodation in historic Birmingham
Located in the West Midlands region of England, Birmingham is situated in the geographic heart of the country. Begining as an Anglo Saxon village in the 6th Century, the city's rich history gives Birmingham much of its appeal,
Today the city is a vibrant place with a multicultural demographic, state-of-the-art buildings and a thriving industrial heritage with attractions for every traveller. Birmingham holiday lettings are available for every budget from cottages to apartments.
Weather in Birmingham: When to visit
The climate in this city is described as temperate maritime, which means that it usually has moderate temperatures. Winters in Birmingham, which last between December and February, are not extremely cold, but snowfalls do occur. June and August, the summer months, can get hotter with occasional heat waves.
The best time for a Birmingham holiday is between April and October and this is the peak tourist season for the city. Prices can escalate and the city gets crowded so it is best to book your holiday home in advance. If you want to beat the crowds and stay within a budget plan your visit in the winter months.
Family-friendly activities in Birmingham
Whether you have a toddler or a teenager, Birmingham has enough options for a fun-filled family holiday. Cadbury World is a place that visitors of every age find fascinating, as you spend the day learning about the world of chocolate and the history of this famous chocolate brand.
Places of interest in Birmingham
Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
Get a peek into the working life of Birmingham’s famous jewellers with live demonstrations and an interesting legacy tour.
National Sea Life Centre
Located in Brindleyplace, this attraction is the place to head to when you are on a holiday with children. Visitors of all ages enjoy the spectacular display of marine life while walking through the 360-degree transparent underwater tunnel.
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Housed in a beautiful Victorian building, this museum features more than 40 galleries with varied art collections that range from ceramics and fine art to archaeology and natural history.
St Martin in the Bull Ring
Birmingham’s original parish church, the church of St Martin in the Bull Ring, is also known as 'the Mother Church of Birmingham'. Although the original structure of this medieval church was replaced, it is a beautiful place to visit.
Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens
This Baroque style garden will take you back to the glory of old England. Usually open to the public from April to September, the garden features a holly maze and hundreds of different plant species.
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