What is the best way to get from Birmingham New Street station to the NIA?

and how long would each option take?

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  • 8 years ago
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    The NIA is in Brindley Place and NOT at the NEC, so don't get off at Birmingham International!

    Options are:

    Taxi; takes less than 5 mins

    Bus, 82 and 87; leave station via main exit, up escalators to Palisades, turn left, follow route to exit, down ramp, up Corporation Street, stop CD; walk to stop 5 mins, bus journey 5 mins

    Walk; exit station as per bus above, turn left at end of ramp into New Street (or; exit station via Navigation Street exit, turn right, up hill, turn left into New Street), continue up New Street turning right at the Town Hall, go through Paradise Forum, Centenary Square, and the ICC, over the bridge, turn right after the restaurants and cross another bridge at the Sea Life Centre. The NIA is now in front of you; takes about 20 mins.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    The answer above mine is absolutely correct as the NIA is in Birmingham and not at the NEC. It is approximately no more than 10 minutes walk from New Street Station

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  • 8 years ago

    Catch a train from New Street to Birmingham International Station. They run every few minutes and the journey takes a few minutes

    www.nationalrail.co.uk

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  • 8 years ago

    get the train to birmingham international - its much closer than new street

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Catch a train there. Only a few minutes

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