16 Grade II-listed pubs in Birmingham city centre to enjoy a drink amid rich history
We took at look at the Grade-II listed pubs in Birmingham city centre and here are the ones that are still open
Birmingham’s historic boozers are well-loved by the city’s people. The pubs speak volumes about the history of the city and the changes it has gone through.
For instance, when we enter a pub with a Victorian facade, it’s not like enterring a time machine because most of them are refurbished and smartly done up from the inside. The interiors of many of the pubs put us soundly in the 21st century while the outside still reminds of the days gone by.
Several of these iconic pubs are Grade-II listed as preserving this heritage of British history is a significant step towards protecting them for posterity. While many people might prefer heading to a cocktail bar - of which there are several independent ones in Birmingham - some Brummies still crave the warmth of a pub - where everyone knows everyone.
So, for your next pub run, consider visiting one of these listed properties for some real ale. We took at look at the Grade-II listed pubs in Birmingham city centre and here are the ones that are still open, barring one: