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The Birmingham National Indoor Arena, more often referred to as simply Birmingham NIA, is a large indoor arena, currently owned by the NEC Group, located in central Birmingham, England, alongside the Birmingham Canal Navigations Main Line's Old Turn Junction, opposite the National Sea Life Centre, in Brindleyplace, near The ICC, which is also owned by the NEC Group.
Recognized as one of the busiest large scale indoor sporting and entertainment venues in Europe, NIA has welcomed visitors, since its opening, in '91, to more than 30 sports and a wide range of entertainment and music. The Arena can stage concerts, entertainment spectaculars, business conferences and exhibitions, also accommodating small concerts, ballet or comedy and theatre.
The Birmingham NIA has hosted spectacular shows, over the years, among the most significant ones being Disney on Ice shows, The Lord of the Dance, Cirque du Soleil and La Traviata. Famous and loved artists such as Oasis, Coldplay or Destiny's Child have also performed at NIA, including Sir Cliff Richard, who has played here over 50 times. Over the years, the Arena has also played host to a vast number of significant sporting events, such as: the 1993 and 2003 World Badminton Championships, the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest, the Davis Cup tennis matches, the British Indoor Rowing Championship, since 2000, including many other.
It's fair to say that Birmingham NIA is the biggest attraction in Birmingham, but the city has to offer even more, its area boasting with appealing attractions that range from museums and art galleries to beautiful parks and cathedrals, among which there are:
ARTIfex, 3000 square foot of amazing, eye-catching contemporary furniture, jewelry, glass, ceramics and metalwork, including mirrors, clocks, sculptures and original paintings. The gallery is open between 10 am and 5 pm, 7 days a week.
Aston Hall, one of England's great country houses, built by Sir Thomas Holte, in 1618. It is one of Birmingham's most treasured buildings, with sumptious interiors from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, including the magnificent Long Gallery. Admission is free.
Black Country Museum, claiming to be Britain's friendliest open air museum, featuring a vast collection of history and heritage from the Black Country region, including authentically rebuilt historic buildings and costumed demonstrators, serving as a tribute to the traditional skills of the people who once lived in the heart of industrial Britain.
Bantock House, originally completed in 1788, home to a vast collection of dolls and japanned and enamel ware, the house also featuring a beautiful small garden that was once a wonderful example of open space and a tranquillity oasis, in a busy city.
Dudley Zoo, a wonderful place to spend a relaxing day out with the family, built within the grounds of Dudley Castle, taking up an area of some 40 acres, offering breathtaking views over the Black Country. The zoo houses numerous animals, gathered from all over the world, which have delighted thousands of families, over the years. The best time to visit the zoo is in the summer, due to the fact that during winter, some animals cannot be seen outside.
Other major attractions in Birmingham, UK, include Hangley Hall and Park, an amazing example of 18th century English architecture, and the National Sealife Centre, featuring displays that include everything from shrimps to sharks, including many other.