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West Midlands Events

Crufts Dog Show
LUPUS UK Butterfly Ball
Rock, Gem 'n' Bead Show
St Patricks Festival
Bonsai Show
Birmingham Gay Pride
Coventry Jazz Festival
Knowle Fun Run
May Day Activities
The Baby Show
BBC Gardener's World Live
Coventry Food Festival
Festival of Young Playwriting
Summer BBC Good Food Festival
Welsh National Opera Summer Tour
3rd Solihull & Warwickshire Bikeathon
7th Summer Stroll
Birmingham Carnival
Birmingham Eid Mela
Birmingham International Jazz Festival
Birmingham Jazz Festival
Birmingham to Oxford Ride for the Jennifer Trust
Coventry Festival
Eid Mela
Festival of Young Playwriting
Godiva Festival
Latin American Festival
Latin American Festival
Mostly Jazz Festival
Rath Yatra Chariot Festival
Taste of Birmingham
The Royal Show
Wolvestock Country Music Festival
City Centre Discovery Day
Free Folk Festival
Birmingham Comedy Festival
Heritage Open Days
Moseley Folk Festival
Reggae Rockz
Rotary Club Country Music Festival
Walsall Illuminations
Acorns Lantern Walk
Birmingham Comedy Festival
Bupa Great Birmingham Run
Coventry Bike Ride
Eclectricity Boutique Autumn Festival
Hearts Bike Ride
Horse of the Year Show
National Motorhome and Caravan show
The National Wedding Show
BBC Good Food Show
Birmingham Tattoo
Bonfire & Fireworks Display
British Ski & Board Show
Christmas Lights Switch On
Classic Motor Show
Fireworks Fantasia
Motorcycle Live
Annual Kingshurst Christmas Pageant
Christmas at the Black Country Living Museum
Clothes Show Live
Frankfurt Christmas Market
Lions Festive Walk
LKA Championship Dog Show
National Christmas Lacemaker's Fair

97 Places to Visit in West Midlands | Directory

Situated in the Heart of England, the West Midlands are dominated by great industrial Birmingham and has plenty of opportunities for great day trips. The area has attractions that are ancient and modern, small and grand with a particular emphasis on Britains Industrial heritage. Notable places to visit include Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens, the National Sea Life Centre and Coventry Cathedral

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