Coming to Quinton?

Quinton is a largely suburban area on the south-western edge of Birmingham. The land was owned by the wealthy Lapal Abbey through much of the medieval ages, and went through a spell of rapid development during the industrial revolution. There were once two small coal mines operating in the area, and many of the people living there worked in the local nail manufacturing industry.

A walk around Walsall

Walsall, formerly an active industrial centre a short way north from Quinton, is one of the West Midlands frequently overlooked gems. Over the years, this area has become a thriving hub for the arts and history, with the New Art Gallery displaying an amazing blend of contemporary and classical works. Public artworks in the area include a statue of the nurse Sister Dora, and a concrete hippopotamus designed by the sculptor John Wood.

Dive into The Birmingham National Sealife Centre

Located in the heart of Birmingham, the National Sealife Centre allows you to come closer than you’ve ever been before with some intriguing and exotic animals. The installations will allow you to get an up-close look at species such as giant sea turtles, Gentoo penguins, black tip reef sharks, and many more fascinating and beautiful species.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Quinton? Travelodge Birmingham Halesowen Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Birmingham Frankley M5 Southbound Hotel.