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Indulge your inner speed demon with a visit to the National Motorcycle Museum and marvel at the world’s largest collection of British motorcycles. With your flexible entry ticket, you’ll have as much time as you like to browse the 1,000 models on display, including rarities like the 1898 Beeston Humber Tricycle, classics like the Triumph ‘Slippery Sam’ and modern Superbikes.
Discover a secluded oasis in the midst of the city on a visit to Birmingham’s Winterbourne House and Botanic Garden. Learn about site’s history as you explore its 7 acres of cultivated gardens and restored Edwardian-style property, and enjoy an intimate glimpse of around 6000 unique floral species. Book ahead to guarantee entry, and take advantage of extended daily opening hours to visit at a time that suits you.
The Clubrooms provide a spacious, exclusive environment, hosted table service, hot seasonal dishes freshly prepared in the kitchen, and a wide range of wines, beers and spirits. It’s a tranquil retreat with a sophisticated and understated elegance, perfect for individuals or groups jetting away for a special trip.
Designed for the everyday traveller, with fully tended bars, seasonal fresh food, a range of other services and the best seats at the airport.
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