It is certainly fair to say that the West Midlands isn’t exactly a tourism central, but you should certainly visit it, because it is just spectacular and beautiful. There are a lot of very nice areas you can find exciting nightlife, lots of cultures and a lot of shopping, more than you can handle actually. You should remember that this particular country has when really popular for having some of the most beautiful sights in the entire world.
- Firstly, I definitely have to mention Birmingham, because it is the second-largest city in England. It is best known for its looks, and it’s canal system. It is actually really beautiful indeed. It happens to be a really large city with a lot of offer. It is much loved for its nightlife, dining experiences and shopping experiences. There are a lot of shopping centres and a lot of bars and pubs around. You will be able to experience the workshop of the industrial revolution, and you will also be able to experience everything from the 18th century. It is also home to one of the most beautiful museums in the entire United Kingdom.
- If you are somebody who is a fan of castles, you should definitely visit Warwick. Warwick is also home to Warwick Castle, which also happens to be one of the most beloved locations in the entire country. Warwick is also home to a really renowned and reputed university, Warwick University.
- How about visiting Coventry? Just like Birmingham, Coventry’s factories actually made the entire city a target for bombings in the second world war, and it was famously destroyed. The very famous Gothic cathedral was destroyed in the Second World War, and now, it is standing there as a memorial. The ruins are still there. It has a very beautiful historical association with vehicle manufacturing, especially brands like Jaguar and Rover.
- How about visiting Wolverhampton? If you’re talking about the industrial revolution, this place was known for the coal mining, steel production and also all kinds of manufacturing. There were a lot of engineers in this area. There is a lot of rich history to go about, especially in this place. You will also see some museums and some set pieces about the English Civil War in the 17th century.
- You should see if you can visit Dudley. The town of Dudley is often called the capital of the black country, which was effectively ground zero for the industrial revolution in the 18th and the 19th century.
- You should go around Walsall. It was a hub for iron and leather manufacturing.
- See if you can visit Hagley. It is the essence of a commuter village, for people who are working in Birmingham but, it does have a lot of attractions indeed.