Queslett Nature ReserveOther Outdoors • Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Birmingham, United Kingdom30 Tips
How much is it?
No secure lockers in room. Lockers on ground floor cost money.
The free Wi-Fi is apparently for ten minutes only, with adverts.
Use your smart phone or tablet, and the free Wi-Fi, to scan the QRpedia QR codes, and read about the exhibits on Wikipedia
The house red is embarrassingly cheap and yet excellent!
Read about this on Wikipedia:
Check the QRpedia QR codes at Centenary Cafe - they link to Wikipedia articles about the station's history. Their coffee's good, too!
Use the QRpedia QR codes to view Wikipedia articles on station history etc.
Scan the QRpedia QR codes to read Wikipedia articles about the town's attractions
Scan the QRpedia QR codes at Centenary Lounge for Wikipedia articles on the station history, etc.
Check at the reserve's visitor centre on the way in, for the latest gen.
Use your smartphone to scan the QRpedia QR codes for historical information from Wikipedia!
Don't forget this is an RSPB reserve - join, or make a donation!
Make sure you look inside the old, Brunel, station as you leave or arrive on foot.