West Bromwich is the largest town in Sandwell, in the West Midlands region of England. It is about 5 miles away from the northwestern part of Birmingham. Historically, it had been a part of Straffordshire.
You will get everything that a tourist desires like, shops, pubs, restaurants, clubs, theatres and hotels in West Bromwich. Moreover, you will also have several opportunities for having pleasant strolls, walks and cycle in the beautiful town.
Take cheap flights to West Bromwich to see the spectacular West Bromwich Manor House. Built in the 13th century, by the de Marnham family, it was the center of their agricultural estate. Out of the entire complex of quarters, agricultural sheds, barns and ponds, only the Great Hall is surviving. Its successive occupants extended and modernized the manor, until it came to be described as a complex of irregular, black and white, half-timbered buildings, encircled by lofty walls and out-houses. The Manor is presently being maintained by West Bromwich Corporation.
West Bromwich Town Hall, a Grade II listed building, was located in the centre of High Street. Its brick and stone exterior reflects Gothic style, and its interior showcases the medieval and gothic influence on Victorian architecture. The building houses the Grand Organ, which is of immense significance for its technical and musical qualities.
If you are taking along your kids with you, do not miss visiting Dartmouth Park, a Grade II listed park, which includes a superb play area where your kids can have a great time. Besides, the park also offers opportunities for fishing, enjoying spectacular views across the valley of Sandwell and roaming around in the flower gardens and a new Pavillion. Some other attractions of this park include football, basketball, gymnasium, jogging and walking paths and the war memorial.
Football fans take cheap flights to West Bromwich to see ‘The Hawthorns’, an all-seater football stadium, with a capacity of over 26, 272. Situated at a height of 168 m, this stadium is the highest ground among all the 92 Football League clubs and Premier League. Since 1900, the stadium has been home to West Bromwich Albion F.C. It the 19th century’s last Football League ground.
Apart from these, the Oak House Manor and the Farley Clock Tower are some of the town’s other attractions.