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Birmingham City Centre B1 1BB


Shopmobility Birmingham - Hire of wheelchairs and other assistance aids. Booking advisable Phone. 0333 241 2747

Located on Level 2(P2) Bull Ring Car park.  In the Bullring by foot  take the lift/escalator to the Lower floor. Take the lift next to Costa Coffee to Car Park Level 2(P2).

Many streets and areas of Birmingham city centre lie within the pedestrian area, The Bullring, New Street to Birmingham Town Hall, Victoria Square, Museum and Central Library are located within this area, but, some streets are on an incline from the city centre.

There are many disability(RADAR key) /toilet/baby changing facilities located within the city. 

There are disability parking spaces for Blue Badge holders in the city, please refer to the website -


Brief description:

Birmingham city is located in the heart of England's Midlands. It is vibrant and diverse and attracts many visitors for its shopping malls, entertainment and leisure facilities. The Bullring shopping mall has a number of High Street and top luxury brands available. Visitor attractions include: Jewellery Quarter, Aston Hall, the Back-to-Backs houses (National Trust), Cadbury World, Sea Life Aquarium, the Canal Basin and many Museums and Art Galleries.  


Birmingham City House

Contact Us

Victoria Square

B1 1BB


via https://visitbirmingham.com/information/contact-us


0121 303 1111






Birmingham City is accessible from the following motorways or dual carriage ways.

From the south the M5, 

From the north M6,

The A38(M) to access Birmingham city centre  OS SP 066868 

The A4540 is the city centre ring road

Opening Times:

Various opening times apply, please check online for up-to-date opening days and times.


For more travel information go to http://www.traveline.info or call 0871 200 22 33.

There is a good bus service in and around the city centre. 

A number of taxis are pushchair/wheelchair friendly.

Birmingham Bus Terminal for National Express Coach and other companies is based in Digbeth and serves over 20 towns and cities with connecting buses routes for Europe.

Railways stations are: Birmingham Grand Central New Street, Moor Street and Snowhill 

Birmingham International Airport is approximately 15 miles from the city centre.


Birmingham city has a wealth of shops, cafes, restaurants, hotels, attractions, entertainment and leisure facilities. Nearby is the National Exhibition Centre and National Indoor Arena.