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Bullring, Birmingham, Birmingham

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  • With every trip to Birmingham I set aside a few hours to stroll the Bullring. It's very accommodating to casual browsers, and I always find some bargain to bring home. Easy access to the New Street St...  more »
  • 100% praise and appreciation for one particular guard. I became poorly on a busy Saturday afternoon(should never have gone). Parkinsons. "Customer service madam it's part of our customer service" Atte...  more »
  • This is a massive shopping centre with an array of shops and restaurants, wear comfortable shoes there's a lot of walking.  more »
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  • You can find a lot of stuff here but mainly i come here to buy gifts. The food stands and restaurants are nice and with easy access to everything, you can easily get to Grand Central Station from here too and to Moore Street Station. While it doesn't have the scale of many shopping centres I've seen around Europe and in UK such as in Cardiff and London, Bullring has character and ease of access, with good parking facilities.
  • Bullring is definitely one of the UK's best shopping centres. It feels a bit like a maze at first but it's quite a simple layout, with great connections to moor street and new Street stations. There are plenty of public toilets, places to eat, and a really good range of shops. They often have events on as well, such as student discount evenings, fashion shows, band signings and I've even seen the Birmingham royal ballet perform in there. The security and customer services are friendly, but parking is pricey although there are nearby alternatives. It's so easily accessed by public transport as well, it definitely feels like the hub of the city in many ways. Everyone has to have their picture taken next to the bull statue!
  • Overall it isn't a bad shopping centre even though it is often overcrowded on weekends especially. Air conditioning is pretty much non existent in the Summer with many of the shops such as H&M getting very hot and uncomfortable to shop in. I wouldn't say it is anywhere near as uncomfortable or clostrophobic as Merry Hill, if you look at the parking charges you will soon find that they are a total rip off and you are much better placed to park elsewhere and walk a little. It isn't a bad shopping centre though overall.
  • It's a nice shopping mall and a fun day out. Nothing brilliant to be honest. Food choices are good and so is shopping for clothes etc. A great selection of brand stores etc
  • Slightly bizarre architecture being two apparently different buildings above ground but joined together beneath. As shopping centres go it light and airy and has a sense of space due to the high central ceiling. The usual chain shops are here, all accessable inside if you go subterranean.