Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Monday – Thursday 10am – 5pm
Friday 10.30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5pm
* Please note you will need to purchase tickets for an allotted time slot
The main Art Gallery and museum building, Gas Hall and Waterhall are all fully accessible for visitors with mobility issues with lift access to all floors. Wheelchairs are available to borrow and available for use in all areas. Access information
Personal Assistant Ticket
If you wish to add a complimentary Personal Assistant ticket for a companion or carer to accompany you to the exhibition, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Personal Assistant Ticket Required’ in the subject line and one of the team will get back to you as soon as possible to confirm details.
Please be advised that Birmingham Museums reserves the right to undertake searches of bags and personal property, and to refuse entry. Thank you for your cooperation.
How to Get Here
When planning a visit to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery please be aware that the Paradise area, located opposite the Museum, is currently undergoing a major redevelopment and this may affect your journey to the Museum. For up to date information on the access routes to the area visit the Paradise website .
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is located within Chamberlain square in the City Centre of Birmingham. Only minutes from the Bullring and Birmingham Grand Central, the nearest motorways are the M6, M5 and M42.
The closest car park is Town Hall Car Park which is 5 minutes walk from the museum, it is operated by Birmingham City Council (charges apply). For google maps and Sat Nav use postcode B1 1TA.
Blue Badge parking can be found on Margaret Street and Edmund Street which are in close proximity to our Edmund Street lift entrance.
The nearest train station is Snow Hill station (less than 10 minutes walk away).
New Street station (less than 10 minutes walk away).
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is located within Chamberlain square in the City Centre of Birmingham.
For further information about Access please see the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery website