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Airport Parking and Facilities

Car Parking for Disabled Passengers: Spaces available in the short and long stay car parks, and on the set down road. For Security reasons, the Blue Badge scheme does not operate within the airport except in authorised areas. For further information call the Birmingham International Airport Information Service.

Baby Changing Facilities: Available at all times in terminals 1 and 2. Foreign Currency: Terminal 1 - Travelex. Terminal 2: Currency Express. Special Needs: Wheelchairs are available on request.

TextPhone: Special TextPhone number: 0121-767-8084. Staff are available on the Information Desk who can use sign language. Deaf Alerters and Induction Loop System are available on request. Toilets for disabled travellers are provided throughout both terminal buildings. Shops and restaurants: The airport offers an extensive range of shopping facilities, and a wide variety of cafes, bars and restaurants.

Places to visit in Birmingham

Birmingham's China Town has a choice of restaurants, supermarkets and cafes offering great Chinese food. Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens are beautiful and tranquil formal 18th century gardens.

Family fun includes Cadbury World, for the chocoholics, and The National Sea Life Centre.

Drayton Manor adventure park is home to some of the biggest, wettest and scariest rides around! There are many wonderful and historic towns situated within easy driving distance of Birmingham, for example, Stratford-Upon-Avon is just 21 Miles away. Set on the River Avon, the historic market town of Stratford-Upon-Avon is William Shakespeare's hometown.

Warwick, just 18 Miles away, is best known for its magnificent castle - one of England's top attractions, set in gardens landscaped by Capability Brown.

About Birmingham

Birmingham, England's second city, is the perfect base to tour from. You can enjoy outings to the historic and beautiful places in the Heart of England. Situated in the city centre is the International Convention Centre, which hosts meetings of world leaders in industry and politics. Members of the public are welcome to visit and enjoy the cosmopolitan atmosphere. The ICC is also the home of the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, whose concerts can be attended in the elegant hall renowned for its wonderful acoustics.

The Bullring development and Selfridges building provide a wealth of shopping facilities. Birmingham is also home to the National Indoor Arena, which hosts shows and TV spectaculars, as well as many international sporting events and the popular exhibition centre, The NEC. A fine collection of Pre-Raphaelite Art can be found in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, and the city has a wealth of splendid older buildings - the Town Hall, built in the 1830's, is a magnificent example of Victorian architecture. All aspects of Asian culture can be experienced in the Balti Triangle.