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About the county of West MidlandsThe West Midlands is situated in the heart of England and has been a metropolitan county since 1974. The county town of Birmingham is England's second largest city. 1990 saw the opening of 'Cadbury World', the only purpose built visitor centre in the United Kingdom devoted entirely to chocolate. Birmingham also offers a host of fascinating museums, stately homes, historic castles and beautiful gardens. Other notable towns include Coventry, Dudley, Solihull, and Wolverhampton.
See our recommended West Midlands towns and villages below, along with our listed West Midlands attractions, and West Midlands hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in West Midlands
Birmingham, Britain's second city, known as the city of a thousand trades, has long been recognised as one of the World's most important manufacturing and commercial centres...
Dudley is a market town, it was granted its market charter in the 13th century, since then the lively outdoor market has been a focal point which has drawn regular visitors to the town...
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Recommended attractions in West Midlands
This magnificent Jacobean mansion is currently undergoing a 10 million pound make-over to both the Hall, its range of buildings.....
The stunning modern cathedral designed by Sir Basil Spence replaces Coventry's cathedral of the 14th and 15th-centuries. The.....
Take a step back in time at the old Tudor house in south Birmingham. Selly Park Museum is set in the leafy area of Bournville.....
This is a delightful outdoor museum developed with flair and imagination to celebrate all that is best of the rich social and.....All West Midlands AttractionsCastles in West MidlandsWest Midlands Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
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Random England fact:
The Battle of Hasting wasn't fought at Hastings, but on Senlac Hill (sometimes known as Senlac Ridge) approximately six miles North-North West of Hastings near the town of Battle.
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