Our venues


Photo bmag

World class museum in the heart of Birmingham city centre.

Chamberlain Square

Birmingham, B3 3DH

0121 348 8038

Photo thinktank

Award-winning science museum for fun-packed family days out.

Millennium Point, Curzon Street

Birmingham, B4 7XG

0121 348 8000

Photo aston

Explore the splendour of one of the last great houses built in the Jacobean style.

Trinity Road, Aston

Birmingham, B6 6JD

0121 348 8100

Photo blakesley

Discover a fine Tudor house and beautiful gardens just a few miles from the heart of the city.

Blakesley Road

Birmingham, B25 8RN

0121 348 8120

Photo jewellery

A perfectly preserved workshop in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.

75-80 Vyse Street

Birmingham, B18 6HA

0121 348 8140

Photo sarehole

A 250 year old working watermill famous for its association with author J.R.R Tolkien.

Cole Bank Road

Birmingham, B13 0BD

0121 348 8160

Photo soho

Georgian home of the Birmingham industrialist, Matthew Boulton.

Soho Avenue (off Soho Road)

Birmingham, B18 5LB

0121 348 8150

Photo weoley

The ruins of an exquisite fortified manor house built 750 years ago.

Alwold Road

Birmingham, B29

0121 348 8160

19 Jan 2017

Easy 'Night in the Museum' Recipe

Are you wondering how to master your approach to Night in the Museum ? Read on and follow my fail proof recipe for cooking up a great understanding and tucking into a delicious experience!

Serves: All

Time: As long as you have

Ingredients and Utensils:

  • 1 x form of camera device
  • 1 x sketchbook and pencil (for note taking and sketching of course)
  • 7 handfuls of an open mind
  • a hint of scepticism (optional)
  • several informed opinions 
  • an abundance of humour*

*subject to individual preference (and taste buds)

  1. Enter Gas Hall and observe Night in the Museum, ensuring you use all of your scepticism in one go at this stage of the method. It is important that is sieved and dissolved in the first stage of this recipe.
  2. Use part of your open mind to inform an opinion about the exhibition whilst walking around the space. Remember to distribute enough open mind to each piece, ensuring you have some leftover to cover the whole space in general. This is a vital part of the recipe.
  3. Use notepad, fine pencil and camera to your own discretion. Some Instagram filters work better than others. For instance, choose the Amaro filter to infuse a gorgeous contrast of colours in Roger Hiorns work, but experiment with filters to discover your favoured result!
Adjust this versatile Night in the Museum recipe to suit your tastes by using different varieties of approach, and amp up the flavour by speaking to gallery assistants or surrounding visitors, this gives the end result a bit of an edge!