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The Custard Factory is a retail space that was originally the factory for Bird’s Custard, hence the name. Today, it has a modern reception area, a large central atrium, a conference and event space, cinema, barber, and coffeeshop. It offers leases to anyone from the smallest start-ups, all the way to major established brands.
The Custard Factory spreads over fifteen acres of factory buildings that were built in 1906 and has a unique industrial look. It overlooks the viaduct and the River Rea, and has great views of Birmingham from the fourth floor. There is also an on-site management team, maintenance team, and security, as well as a reception, and 24-hour access to the building.
Within the Custard Factory, you’ll find places like the Birdies Bar, which is the perfect spot to enjoy cocktails out in the sun. Ghetto Golf offers an 18-hole mini-golf course with a cocktail bar and DJ, as well as plenty of colourful and unique artwork. The Mockingbird Cinema & Kitchen is the perfect spot to enjoy a bite to eat and catch a movie.
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Custard Factory Parking Statistics
4.6 out of 5 stars
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Parking near the Custard Factory
There isn’t any on-site parking at the Custard Factory, however, you will find several car parks nearby. But, for cyclists, there’s space to store bikes at the Custard Factory.
If you’re looking for Custard Factory parking options, the Trinity Street Car Park on Heath Mill Lane has 138 spaces, including disabled parking bays. It’s open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will cost the following to use:
- 1 Hour: £1.20
- 2 Hours: £2.40
- 4 Hours: £4.00
- 12 Hours: £6.00
- 24 Hours: £9.00
The North Yard car park on Gibb Street has 20 spaces, including disabled parking bays. It’s open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will cost the following to use:
- 1 Hour: £1.40
- 2 Hours: £2.50
- 4 Hours: £5.00
- 12 Hours: £10.00
- 24 Hours: £15.00
The Bordesley Street car park has 110 spaces and is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The cost of using this car park is as follows:
- 1 Hour: £0.80
- 24 Hours: £3.80
You will also find on-street parking around the city centre, where you can park for up to 4 hours at a time.
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St. Philip's Cathedral is right in the centre of the city and was built in 1715. It is a Grade I listed building, and is a great example of English Baroque architecture. The cathedral is open 365 days a year, and costs nothing to visit. It hosts 1095 services every year, and 20,000 people are thought to cross Cathedral Square every day. The cathedral also offers a 36-page colour guidebook for £6.00 if you want an in-depth look into the history of it.
The Thinktank Science Museum is an award-winning science museum with over 200 hands-on displays on science and technology. The Spitfire Gallery tells the story of the historic plane that was manufactured in Birmingham during the Second World War. The Science & Industry Collection has over 40,000 items spanning over 250 years of technological development, and the Natural Science collection has about 250,000 specimens, making it the largest natural science collection in the West Midlands.
The Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery has a number of exhibits, including Britain's Lost Masterpieces which has two landscapes restored by Simon Gillespie, as well as works by Jan Breughel the Elder and Thomas Gainsborough. The Pre-Raphaelite collection has over 3000 paintings, drawings, prints. The Birmingham School of Art gallery has works by Joseph Southall, Arthur Gaskin, Georgie Gaskin and Kate Bunce.
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By Train: The Bordesley train station is a 7-minute walk from the Custard Factory and services the West Midlands Trains line.
By Bus: Several bus lines run by the Custard Factory, including 2, 3, 4, 4A, 5, 6, 17, 34, 60, and 97.
By Car: The Custard Factory is located on Gibb Street, just 2 minutes’ drive from the centre of Birmingham.
On Foot: The Custard Factory is just 10 minutes’ walk from the Bullring area of central Birmingham.
Disabled Parking near the Custard Factory
There is disabled parking available at the Trinity Street car park and the North Yard car park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to the Custard Factory, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
The nearest electric charging station is at the Moat Lane car park, about 7 minutes’ walk away.
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Where is the Custard Factory located?
The Custard Factory is on Gibb Street, about 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Birmingham.
What sort of stores will you find in the Custard Factory?
There is an outdoor cocktail bar, an 18-hole mini-golf course with a bar and DJ, a cinema and kitchen, and a bakery.
When is the Custard Factory open?
The reception is open from Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 6:30pm, and on Saturday from 9am to 4pm.
How big are the available spaces in the Custard Factory?
- Ground floor: minimum 200 sq ft, maximum 5000 sq ft.
- 1st floor: minimum 400 sq ft, maximum 12000 sq ft.
- 2nd floor: minimum 400 sq ft, maximum 3000 sq ft.
- 3rd floor: minimum 300 sq ft, maximum 3000 sq ft.
- 4th floor: minimum 200 sq ft, maximum 5000 sq ft.
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Latest Custard Factory parking reviews
Love it there’s even a bar there not sure if you can use the bar the feels very secure behind a fence and a automatic gatesPhill Le Count
Many thanks for the parking in Birmingham the weekend, it was a doddle, only 100yds from New st. Nice and quiet, clean , no fuss ,can’t recommend this site enough, cheer’s Arth.Arthur
Easy and convenient. Very economical for that location and quite safeHarish
Great central location within minutes walking distance from city centre easy to find with spacious car parking and really good value for you money. I will definitely used this parking again.Chris
A good centrally placed car park place. Could do with more obvious signage to get in but other than that I would recommendDonald
Brilliant parking, easy to find and cheap, close to The Alexandra.Michael
Easy to get in and outKevin
Excellent service will use againAnthony