Express by Holiday Inn Birmingham Oldbury

A Hotel in Birmingham, West Midlands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Birchley Park, Oldbury
Birmingham
West Midlands
England
B69 2BD

Express by Holiday Inn Birmingham Oldbury, Birmingham

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If you are looking for a stylish, refurbished, good value hotel in Birmingham you need look no further than the Holiday Inn Express Birmingham Oldbury hotel. Located near Junction 2 of the M5 this hotel affords guests excellent travel links to Birmingham, the NEC, Cadbury World, the National Sealife Centre and Black Country Museum, to name but a few. Each of the modern guest rooms feature power shower, TV, in-room movies, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities.

3 star rating

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This scholar and Freemason donated a collection of curiosities that became the basis for one of Britain's - and the world's - great museums.



17 August, 1836

Marriage Act

First Registrar-General of Births, Marriages and Deaths appointed. Marriages now allowed in non-conformist chapels

This king's frst wife was earlier married to his brother, Arthur



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