Where to Watch New Year's Eve Fireworks in Birmingham
Eyes to the sky come 12pm party people! Birmingham has got a raucous firework display on the cards this year and they're inviting you to come along. With the main event taking place at Centenary Square, just off the city's vibrant Broad Street, we've searched long and hard, and have curated a great list of places to see this year's spectacular show. Check out our recommendations for the best bars to watch the New Year's Eve Fireworks in Birmingham and prepare do be dazzled by one of the biggest shows of the year.
Last updated on 30th September 2016
Fancy being at the biggest New Year's Eve party in Birmingham as the rockets start to fly? Boasting a rooftop mezzanine decorated with cosy furniture, the biggest club in Birmingham, the Rainbow Venues, promises a great view of this year's fireworks show. So this New Year's Eve, head down to The Rainbow Venues in Digbeth, grab a drink, dance long into the night and watch in awe as the city's firework display welcomes 2017 with open arms.
If you want to see the New Year's Eve fireworks better than anyone else, you have to be higher than everyone else. One of Birmingham's best rooftop bars, The Church Inn is an indulgent restaurant bar that promise a great view of the New Year's Eve Fireworks thanks to their amazing views of both the Jewellery Quarter and the rest of Birmingham.
With an impressive collection of real ales and one of the only surveyors of snuff in Birmingham, the Wellington has long enchanted guests with their amazing rooftop beer garden. Based right in the heart of town, this characterful pub offers guests a laid-back, easy going way to celebrate the arrival of 2017 with their nearest and dearest. Sitting just behind Centenary Square, head up to their rooftop and experience all the dazzling sights of Birmingham's New Year's Eve fireworks.
Sitting only a stone's throw away for Centenary Square and boasting one of the best rooftop terraces in town, a New Year's Eve party at the Bureau combines stunning views of the fireworks in Birmingham and delectable, ice cold drinks. With their team of bartenders mixing together a stunning line-up of craft cocktails, and all the confetti you could ask for, guests will be led upstairs before midnight to see Birmingham's sky erupt with colour and dazzling shapes.
Who says you need to make haste to a rooftop bar to catch a snippet of the fireworks this New Year's in the city? Beer gardens do a chipper job when it comes to a front row seat for the sparkly show too! Join plenty of Digbeth's young and fun in one of the oldest pubs in Birmingham, as they flee to the beer garden for a chance to see the city's stunning gunpowder-fuelled and sparkler obsessed showcase.