West Midlands - Birmingham and the Black Country Tourist Information

West Midlands metropolitan county Tourist and Visitor Information with links to heritage, nature and tourist attractions, many with brief details of disabled access. We have use the "West Midlands" to cover the area consisting of the Cities of Birmingham and Wolverhampton, as well as Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, and Walsall, currently evolving into the West Midlands Combined Authority (Greater Birmingham) along with Coventry which for historical reasons we have included in the Warwickshire pages. This is largely an industrial, commercial and urban area, with vibrant night-life and yet surprisingly quiet rural spot. It has a large canal system now highly utilised for recreation with the hub being the Gas Street Basin in the heart of the revitalised Birmingham City Centre.

 

Official Tourist Websites

visitbirmingham.com

discover.dudley.gov.uk

www.enjoywolverhampton.com

 

Other Tourist Websites

www.whatsonwalsall.co.uk

solihullbid.co.uk

www.blackcountrygeopark.org.uk

 

Tourism Videos

 

Black Country Living Museum from Black Country Living Museum

 

Wildlife Trusts and Nature

Birmingham and the Black Country Wildlife Trust - www.bbcwildlife.org.uk

 

RSPB Local Groups

Solihull Local Group - www.rspb.org.uk/groups/solihull

Stourbridge Local Group - www.rspb.org.uk/groups/stourbridge

Sutton Coldfield Local Group - www.rspb.org.uk/groups/suttoncoldfield

Walsall Local Group - www.rspb-walsall.org.uk/

 

For Accessible Taxis in West Midlands - a listing of wheelchair accessible taxis and private hire providers is available from www.accessiblecountryside.org.uk/west-midlands-taxis

For Accessible Restaurants / Pubs with food in West Midlands - a listing is available from www.accessiblecountryside.org.uk/west-midlands-pubs

For Accessible Accommodation see www.accessiblecountryside.org.uk/west-midlands-accommodation

 

 

 

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