A very Eastside Easter

Published 05/04/2023
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Here at Millennium Point we’re proud to call Eastside our home. Our corner of Birmingham city centre is bursting with activities, culture, and more.

Struggling for Easter plans? We’ve put together all the eggciting things Eastside has to offer over the bank holiday weekend from family activities to places to grab a refreshing pint.

For the family

Fancy going on a scientific journey of discovery? Plan a visit to the award-winning Thinktank Science Museum. Explore space by visiting the Planetarium, where the theatre is under a dome, specially designed to help you explore astronomy, space and the night sky. Have fun in MiniBrum, and don’t forget to head outside to the Science Garden, which is packed full of surprises and fun activities for the whole family. Visit their what’s on page to find out more about any special events they have planned this Easter weekend.

Eastside City Park opened in 2012. It was the first major, new city centre park in Birmingham for more than 130 years. With benches and picnic tables, it’s the perfect place to grab some food and have a picnic.

Fancy a drink?

There are some excellent choices of pubs in Eastside, whether you just want a pint, or some food there will be a space by the bar for you.

On the other side of Eastside Park is authentic Victorian pub The Eagle and Ball. Ran by BCUSU, but open to all, it’s a proper public house! There’s something for everyone to enjoy on their food and drinks menu and entertainment nights. Also, they sell the cheapest coffee on campus and have different deals every day. Every penny you spend also goes back into the Students’ Union at BCU. Although, rumour has it, it’s a little haunted, it is still one to visit!

Looking for a pub in Birmingham where chilling out with friends and enjoying the good things in life like beer, burgers, and sport on TV are the order of the day? Well, The Gosta Green is the pub for you. The pub also has pool table, and a beer garden to hang out in. Keep an eye out for their legendary yearly Wrestlemania night which is definitely one to book Monday morning off for.

For the coffee connoisseurs

Millennium Point is the home of authentic Italian food experts based on level 2. Open from 8am – 5pm, Mulino is owned by the Brummie favourite Laghi’s Deli, so expect to find a tantalising selection of delicious pizzas, bakery items and more.

Keep up to date with Millennium Point’s Events

Stay tuned for all the latest announcements on our What’s On including our first drink-themed film screening of the year – The Greatest Showman with Wine. Whether our clients’ events, or our own, there’s always something going on at Millennium Point.

If you’re visiting out landmark public building over the holidays, don’t forget to share your experience on social media and tag @millenniumpoint on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

Find more interesting content from Millennium Point over at our news section, or follow us for daily updates on FacebookTwitterInstagram and LinkedIn with @MillenniumPoint. Millennium Point is a landmark public building and multi-award-winning events venue in the Eastside of Birmingham City centre. Profits from our commercial activity are invested by the Millennium Point Charitable Trust into projects, events and initiatives which support the growth of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and education in the West Midlands.

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