Birmingham Botanical Gardens Parking
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The historic Birmingham Botanical Gardens were opened back in 1832 after being designed in 1829. You’ll find over 7,000 different kinds of plants and a collection of exotic birds to admire. Of course, there are playgrounds and plenty of educational opportunities for the children too.
It’s easy to spend an entire day out exploring the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Start with the 4 different glasshouses, walk through the historic gardens and snap a photo under the gazebo. The main lawn and bandstand is a great place to stop for a picnic, or grab lunch at the Pavilion Tea Room. Sunday concerts at the bandstand are a popular time for the whole family.
There’s still the bamboo maze, butterfly house, woodland walk and children’s playgrounds to explore. And let’s not forget the fern gardens, scarecrow garden or the Bonsai garden. And when you’ve spent the day exploring the Birmingham Botanical Gardens grab a souvenir at The Shop on your way out.
If you love the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and can’t wait to come back, a membership might save you some money. You will get free parking at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens as well as unlimited entry (apart from special events) and access to other gardens in the UK.
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens are located a little outside the city centre, and as Birmingham is the second-largest city in England, there’s a lot to see if you’re visiting. The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and Ikon Gallery are other popular attractions.
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Parking in the Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Parking at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens for visitors costs £2 per car, although members of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens can park free of charge. You will need to register your car when you arrive as use of the car park is reserved for visitors only.
Parking at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens can be limited during busy days, so additional parking can be found on the streets near the gardens. Another good option is the Duchess Road Pay & Display Car Park is within a 15-minute walk of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and is open 24 hours, 7 days a week.
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If you are visiting the Birmingham Botanical Gardens the nearby Winterbourne House & Garden could be worth a visit too. This historic, Edwardian house was built in 1903 with large gardens including a stunning walled garden and a cactus house.
Other attractions around Birmingham include the popular National Sea Life Centre Birmingham which is known for being the home of the UK’s first Sea Otters. The Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery houses a number of rotating exhibits, as well as a permanent and important Pre-Raphaelites exhibit.
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By Train: The Birmingham Botanical Gardens are a 20-minute walk from Five Ways Station. This station services the West Midlands line.
By Bus: The bus service in Birmingham has several lines that stop outside the Birmingham Botanical Gardens - including lines 23, 24, 1, X8, 9, X10, 12, 12A, 13, 13A, 13B, X21 and 126.
By Car: Accessing the Birmingham Botanical Gardens by car is easy, but depends on the direction you are travelling from:
- From the M5, move to the A456 and turn onto the B4129.
- From the M6, take the A38(M) to the A456 and onto the B4217.
Disabled Parking at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens
If you have a blue badge the Birmingham Botanical Gardens parking is free of charge.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Birmingham. The closest ones to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens are:
- Broadway Plaza
- Shell Recharge Fiveways
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens are closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day, so parking is also
unavailable those days.
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What hours does the Birmingham Botanical Gardens open?
The gardens open everyday from 10:00am, except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Closing times differ depending on the season:
- October to March: 5:00pm
- Christmas Eve: 3:00pm
- April to September: 6:00pm weekdays, 7:00pm weekends
What are the admission prices for the Birmingham Botanical Gardens?
- Family: £22 (2 adults and up to 3 concessions)
- 1 Adult: £7.50
- Children over 5, senior citizens, students, disabled and helpers: £5.25
- Children under 5: Free
- Group concession are also available
What is the address of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens?
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
When is the Pavilion Tea Room at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens open?
The Pavilion Tea Room is open between 11:00am - 3:00pm.
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Latest Birmingham Botanical Gardens parking reviews
Easy to find but a little tough to exit. I saw lots of people struggle at this car park but I think due to issues with the car park's systems. Yourparking support were on hand via chat and very responsive and delay was only 5mins or so.Nick
Very convenient for Edgbaston stadium (under 10 mins walk). Would use again, particularly on busy cricket days for safe and guaranteed parking.Christopher
All good, 5-10 walk from ground. Safe and soundBal
Entry and exit from the car park could not have been easier. I was concerned that, having seen other reviews, there might be issues when leaving the car park but I need not have worried. Spaces are not large but fine if care is taken. The cost was very reasonable given the central location with easy access to local attractions. I will definitely use this car park again.DAVID