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Free Toilet Museums and Art Galleries: Westside (Broad Street)

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Library of Birmingham

Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham. B1 2ND • (0121) 242 4242
Library of Birmingham
Library of Birmingham

The Library of Birmingham is the city's public library located at Centenary Square. Designed by Dutch architects Mecanoo and opened in September 2013, it replaced the 1970s Central Library built in the brutalist style which many disliked immensely. The library is estimated to have cost over £188 million to build.

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Free Food Museums and Art Galleries: Westside (Brindleyplace)

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Ikon Gallery

1 Oozells Square, Birmingham. B1 2HS • (0121) 248 0708
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Ikon is an internationally acclaimed contemporary art venue located in Brindleyplace. The gallery features temporary exhibitions over two floors and shows work by artists from around the world. A variety of media is represented including sound, film, mixed media, photography, painting, sculpture and installation.

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Free Museums and Art Galleries: Inner City (Jewellery Quarter)

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Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

75-80 Vyse Street, Hockley, Birmingham. B18 6HA • (0121) 348 8140
Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

When the proprietors of the Smith and Pepper jewellery manufacturing firm decided to retire in 1981 they ceased trading and locked the door, unaware they would be leaving a time capsule for future generations. Today the factory is a remarkable museum, which tells the story of the Jewellery Quarter.

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