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1-4 Broadway Plaza, 220 Ladywood Middleway B16 8LP Birmingham

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10 Castle Hill DY1 4QQ Dudley

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16/18 Hurst Street B5 4BN Birmingham

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Watson Road B7 5SA Birmingham

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1 Norfolk Road, Edgbaston B15 3PS Birmingham

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Pendigo Way, B40 1PU, Birmingham

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Fiveways Leisure Complex, Broad Street, B15 1AY, Birmingham

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84 Hill Street B5 4AH Birmingham

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Ricoh Arena, Phoenix Way CV6 6GE Coventry

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Bentley Mill Way WS2 0LE Walsall

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1 Portland Road, Edgbaston B16 9HN Birmingham

The West Midlands region is located in the West of England. The counties of Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands and Worcestershire compose the region. The major cities of the West Midlands region are therefore Birmingham, Coventry, Stoke-on-Trent, Wolverhampton or Dudley.

We can find a dozen of gaming establishments in the West Midlands region. Mostly located in Birmingham, they provide an attractive offer and can surely satisfy any types of players. The Gentling Cub Star City Casino Birmingham, the Gentling International Casino resort World Birmingham or the Grosvenor Casino Coventry features modern terminals, luxurious poker room and a great deal of gaming table including Blackjack, Roulette, Craps or Baccarat.

The number attraction in Staffordshire is doubtlessly the Alton Towers, the largest family theme ark in the UK. Families can enjoy thrill rides, a waterpark, fun activities for the children and resting aces such as restaurants and cafés. The most poplar rides or activities include the rides Thirteen, Oblivon and Rita as well s the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

The Dudley Zoo & Castle features 1300 animals and 200 species inhabit located around the ruins of the 11th century Dudley Castle. The main attractions of the zoo is the presentation of some of the rarest and endangered species. More than seeing animals form all over the world, visitors can enjoyed a relaxing day walking within a natural and beautiful environment.

The Warwick Castle is one of the most popular attraction in the county. Indeed, thanks to shows, collections an tours, the visitors can travel back to the medieval era. Impressive attractions inside the castle include the world’s largest working catapult, the climb of a hug tower and the UK’s first Horrible Histories.

One of the most famous attractions in Worcestershire is doubtlessly the Worcester Cathedral. Located in the county town, this magnificent religious buildings features Royal tombs, Medieval cluster, an ancient crypt, chapter House and some sumptuous Victorian Stained Glass.

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Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Stone, Walsall, Worcester

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