The Bull Ring is a major commercial area of Birmingham, England. It has been an important feature of Birmingham since the Middle Ages, when its market was first held. Two shopping centres have been built in the area; in the 1960s, and then in 2003; the latter is styled as one word, Bullring.
Brilliant place to shop and plenty of places to eat. Whatever you need you'll find it here. Lots of great landmarks and if you're into photography you'll find yourself at home!
Head to the Indoor Market for meat and fish; then wander over to the Open Market for clothing, carpets and household linens before stopping at the Rag Market for fine fabrics and haberdashery.
Remember its the only shopping centre in the country where you have to queue to get up and down the escalator? Better to start at the bottom and work your way up? Lifts near Debenhams at the end.
Pros: All the Shops & loads of restaurant -- all you could ask for -- Cons: a little difficult walking across the building on the windy day!!!
A massive shopping centre. If you're planning to buy something, chances are very high you will find it here. Avoid if possible during weekends and holidays, as it gets insanely crowded.
Get to New Street Station without going outside (from Moor Street Station) by heading inside, then over to the West Mall, and over the link bridge. Pallasades being redeveloped into Grand Central.
The upstairs loos by the posh shops are always in a much better state than the downstairs ones, but you still might want to bring your own paper - none of the stalls ever seem to have any!
Treat yourself to Blue Monday at Yo Sushi were all bowls are blue and charged at the lowest price giving you more delicious sushi for your money.
There's a ChargeBox here, so you can charge you're phone in a secure locker and come back when you've finished you're shopping...it's in the Vodafone store!
Probably the best shopping mall in the country, anything you want particularly clothes the bullring has probably got it.
From the Royal Mail website, the street names are Upper East Mall, Upper West Mall, Middle Mall and Lower Mall.
2 men were having very loud sex in the 1st floor toilet yesterday evening. It was very disturbing. This place lacks security patrol.
You can find all you need here! Many shops, restaurants fast foods..I love it
Go there on weekdays (except Fridays) after 6 PM to avoid large crowds of shoppers.
Try using escalators in Selfridges and Debenhams either side of the mall. It's easier than queuing for the central escalators on busy days.
Quite big shopping centre not that far from New Street station and to the city center.
Yo! Sushi is a great place for lunch. The queue can be a bit long between 12 and 3.
Not just worth a visit for shopping, also for great architecture.
Biggest shopping mall in Birmingham and take pictures with bull. You can visit Apple Store and there are two toys shops
Fave shopping centre in the area :) if only there was a John Lewis (thank god they're getting one!! Can't wait.)
All the high street stores within one huge shopping centre that's right next to the railway station.
The gaps between the shops outside act like wind tunnels in the winter!
The Costa Coffee inside Forever 21 has a fantastic view and balcony.
Amazing !! You could find every thing! What ever your style ! Perfect !
It's all about the Apple Store!! Urban Pie is good too opposite Cafe Rouge
Make sure you won't confused by the direction of selfridged and debenhams
Ignore the store guides. They may have been accurate once, but not anymore.
I love the time art gallery stand on the lower level by selfridges :)
Cloggs.co.uk is located on the lower level next to Selfridges - Fab Footwear!
All the shops you could want under one roof.
An amazing shopping mall, great shops for all kinds of shoppers
Parking in any of the spots around the city centre is a lot cheaper
Great variety of shops and food places but very busy!
A nice environment, loads of amazing, spectacular shops, for all ages
Don't go unless you like being attacked and injured by their staff
Definitely the best mall in East Midlands. Love it!
Who said life heard in England ? This bank holiday weekend bull ring is jam block and the market
H2O Car wash on Car Park Level 1 is great! Best car was around!
Best shopping centre in the West Midlands, easily.
Dip (Lebanese food) is a must try on ground floor
The Apple Store is my favorite store here
Busy and crowded even on a Monday afternoon, prepare for some shoulder bashing.
Bullring is my fave shopping centre I hope the Bull turns a different colour soon though
The Biggest Shopping Centre in Birmingham
Jackfruit skin design for a Mall ? Ya they did it to Bullring Shopping Centre !
You can find absolutely everything!! New stores coming up....
Raining? The ground floor connects the two sides.
Great shopping centre with a variety of good shops