Must-Visit Places this Spring in Birmingham

With freedom so nearly upon us, it's about time we started making the most of the warmer weather. From 12th April your favourite beer gardens, terraces and sunshine-ready rooftops will be opening their doors once again, and missing out on the fun is just not an option. So, read on to find out all the incredible things to do in Birmingham this spring, from alfresco drinking to exploring this fair city.

Last updated on 22nd March 2021




The sun's out and it's time to head out back into some of Birmingham's best beer gardens. Grab those pints and a mid-weight jacket and bask in the fresh air, or be prepared to cuddle up under the heaters on those colder nights.

Head for the rooftops this spring in Birmingham as many of the city's sky high suntraps are opening up their venues once again. With a wealth of beautiful spots to pick from you could be sunning yourself on a secret pub patio, or going hard on a floral-decked club in the clouds.

There's still a little while to go until the return of indoor socialising, but lucky for you there's plenty of places to get your fill of drinks and eats in the meantime. This spring in Birmingham, check out all the best outdoor drinking spaces in the city, from themed terraces to pretty restaurant gardens.

Hoping to pick up where you left of before lockdown? Same, babe. Get back into those bottomless brunch habits this spring in Birmingham, as bars and restaurants around the city welcome you back with free-flowing fizz and eggs aplenty.

Looking to spend some time getting to know the city better? Check out our guide of things to do this spring on and around the Birmingham canals, from kayaking trips and walking routes to the best waterside sipping spots and the odd boozy gin cruise.

Come winter, spring, summer or autumn, Sky By The Water is always a top choice if you're looking for a snap-friendly bar in Birmingham. This season, gather your bubble and head to the rooftop restaurant for delicious food and stunning surroundings.

Whether you've heard of Stirchley or not, there's no denying this suburb is the hot new thing in town. Mixing quality eateries with award-winning bars and its own beer mile, exploring this cool neighbourhood is one of the best things to do in Birmingham this spring.