People love to travel to another country during their vacations and holidays and also to visit the amazing places there.
As we start looking in front to warmer conditions we have come up with more than twenty one huge ideas of some of the most stunning places that you can visit in the West Midlands. Furthermore they contain some lesser recognized places that we think people must take time out to visit as well.
There are lots of mesmerizing and astonishing places you can visit on your own, or with friends of family, accurately on our doorstep at an arrangement of places across the province. But the best thing about these twenty one places is that while they can make you senses like you are a million miles away, they’re all within a two hour drive from Birmingham. There are two botanical gardens that are a must visit places in Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Visit Botanical Gardens
These places are Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Winterbourne Botanical Gardens. It can be said as a brilliant sightseer attraction which has the quality of a Victorian public park with a bandstand. Apart from this there are four glasshouses here set in landscaped greenery which range from an interesting Tropical House to the Subtropical, Mediterranean and Arid Houses. There is also a big lawn in front of the glasshouses as well as a two children’s playgrounds, including a children’s discovery garden, and a terraced tearoom. It also runs regular events throughout the year.
Another one is positioned at the opposite side of Edgbaston Pool, this Grade II ranked botanical garden of the University of Birmingham is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Laid across in seven acres, it features an unusual existing example of an early twentieth-century suburban “villa” garden, which would have been encouraged by the Arts and Crafts movement of the Edwardian period. Both of these Botanical gardens are very old and are open to public as a type of heritage places.
The Rockhouses at Kinver Edge
This place is now owned and well maintained by the National Trust, the Rock houses provide stunning views. Very well crafted into the sandstone, the caves were occupied till the 1960s and were England’s last example of busy troglodyte which means someone living in the caves as form of homes. The Kinver Edge is also another beautiful place to visit and it rises to more than one hundred and sixty meters above the sea level and also provides picturesque views of the Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire and the West Midlands.
Baggeridge Country Park, Dudley
Previously the place of Baggeridge Colliery in Dudley, this area has been altered into a stunning 150 acre country park. Very well positioned on the border of the Black Country, it is stuffed with natural world. It is a grand place for different activities such as walking, mountain biking, fishing and horse riding; it’s described as being a “sheltered delight”. It also features children’s play area and high ropes adventure course. People will have a great time in visiting these places.