How to find Symphony Hall

Symphony Hall, 8 Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 2EA

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Current City Centre Traffic Restrictions

Westside Midland Metro Extension
As construction continues for the Birmingham Westside Metro extension between Gas Street and Berkley Street, there will be changes to vehicular access to the Brindleyplace service area, Bay C (for ICC and Symphony Hall), Regency Wharf and Oozells Square.

From Monday 29 March, there will be no access to Broad Street, Oozells Street, Regency Wharf and Bay C (for ICC and Symphony Hall) from Gas Street for approximately three weeks. Access to Broad Street will be from Bridge Street only, any vehicles exiting Broad Street will need to do so via Berkley Street. During this time access to Gas Street will be for frontages only. Delays are expected and diversions are signposted in the area - concertgoers are advised to leave extra time for their journeys. For the latest information, including a map of the affected area, visit the Metro Alliance website.

Paradise Circus (ongoing)
A major transformation of Paradise Circus is underway, including extensive highways works which may affect your journey to concerts. Paradise Forum has now been demolished; access between Victoria Square and Centenary Square/Broad Street is via Centenary Way, which runs between Town Hall and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. For the latest information on access and traffic changes visit the Paradise website.

Brindley Place (ongoing)
Due to ongoing road developments, there have been changes to the roads accessing Brindley Place, including the addition of a bus lane coming up Sheepcote Street. Please refer to the maps below for updated information.

By Road
Birmingham is connected to the rest of the UK via the M5, M6, M40 and M42. Follow signs to Birmingham City Centre then follow the brown tourist signs to the ICC/International Convention Centre and NIA. (Symphony Hall is not featured on road signage)

The most convenient parking facilities for Symphony Hall are:

  • Q-Park Brindleyplace (1 Brunswick Street, B1 2JF)
  • Pay & Display car park underneath the National Indoor Arena (NIA) (B1 2AA)

CBSO Concert Package Bookers receive discounted parking at Q Park.

Please check the maps on the right for changes to road permissions around Brindley Place. 

For information about the Drop Off Facility and Parking for Blue Badge holders at Town Hall and Symphony Hall, please visit the THSH website.

There is a taxi rank on Broad Street, along the southern edge of Symphony Hall - underneath the blue bridge connecting Symphony Hall to the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

By Rail
Birmingham New Street and Snow Hill stations are within walking distance of Symphony Hall. Moor Street and Five Ways are slightly further away but still within walking distance.

By Bus
Symphony Hall is easily accessible by bus from around the West Midlands. Visit Network West Midlands to plan your journey and see route updates and diversions during works around the city.


Routes from Stations

Routes from Car Parks