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Bullring Shopping Centre,
B5 4BU

Coming by bus, train or car? It’s easy to find your way to the centre


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Bullring is conveniently placed at the centre of major road networks and hosts three dedicated car parks offering over 3,000 car parking spaces, with a further 24,000 spaces around Birmingham’s city centre close to Bullring.

Sat Nav Instructions: Enter the postcode B5 4BU or street name “Park Street” for either Centre Car Park and Moor St car park, or enter “Edgbaston Street” for the Edgbaston Street Car Park next to Debenhams.

See parking for car park opening times and access.

A38 Tunnels are closed from 10pm on Friday 18th July until 6am on Monday 1st September to complete essential refurbishment works. But don’t worry, Bullring is still very easily accessible by car. If you are used to using junction 6 of the M6, you still can, simply nip off the A38 at Dartmouth Circus at before you hit the tunnels and follow the diversions to Bullring

You’ll probably even find the route quicker than normal as everyone else piles onto the trains!

Alternative routes…..we’ve tried them. They’re a doddle.

From North
Leave motorway network at M6 Junction 7 and follow the A34 south. At New Town Row follow the A4540 Middle Ring Road south. At Belgrave Interchange take the exit onto Bristol Street. At Holloway Circus take the exit onto Smallbrook Queenway and follow local signs to the Bullring. Or use junction 6 of the M6.

From East
Leave motorway network at M6 J4 for M42(S) J6 and follow the A45 west. At Bordesley Circus take the 2nd exit onto Coventry Road and follow local signs
for the Bullring.

From South/West
Leave motorway network at M5 Junction 4 and follow the A38 north. At Belgrave Interchange take the exit onto Bristol Street. At Holloway Circus take the exit onto Smallbrook Queensway and follow local signs to the Bullring. Car park – Bullring car park located on Park Street / Smallbrook Queensway

For further information about the tunnels please visit

The main bus stops for local services can be found at the following locations:

Outside Moor Street Station, Upper Dean Street, Corporation Street, Colmore Row and Bull Street

Further travel information can be found here. Alternatively, visit a local transport information point - Centro is located outside New Street station or visit Travel West Midlands in Pavillion Central, located in their lower mall, Moor Street entrance.

Bullring is directly linked to Birmingham’s main train station, Birmingham New Street, with rail connections to all parts of the UK.
New Street station is the biggest station in Birmingham and serves all train operators including Virgin, Cross Country and London Midland.

Moor Street station is located on the East Mall side of Bullring, next to Selfridges and provides access for more local services including operators such as London Midlands and Chiltern Railways.

Further travel information can be found here


Network Rail are currently rebuilding Birmingham New Street station. Work began in 2010 and will be completed in 2015.

Please note access to New Street station via Bullring Link and The Pallasades will remain open. 

For more information on the New Street Station development please visit

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