A big round building on the canal. We’re easy to find and well connected.
Buses run past the Roundhouse throughout the day. Visit networkwestmidlands for more details or see below. If you’ve travelled by coach to Digbeth coach station, the Roundhouse is a 30-minute walk.
The West Midlands Metro and West Midlands bus networks are a good alternative to the train if you’re travelling between Wolverhampton and Birmingham and making local journeys. The Metro station is situated in the centre of Birmingham. Please follow walking routes from Birmingham New Street train station if planning to arrive by Metro.
FROM BIRMINGHAM NEW STREET BY BUS: ( https://goo.gl/maps/XqrSXHfho9r44Jrh6 )
- New Street Station has multiple exits. Start by looking at the main departure boards, and make your way up the ramp to the right, passing Greggs and out onto Stephenson St.
- Walk up Lower Temple St, continuing onto Temple St (Tesco Express will be on your right), until you get to Temple Row at the top of the hill.
- Walk through the park, round the Cathedral, onto Colmore Row.
- Catch the bus from Colmore Row – buses 9, 12, 13a, 23, and 24 all pass the Roundhouse.
- Ride about 8 minutes until St Vincent Street stop (which is actually on Sheepcote Street, just after the junction!).
- The Roundhouse is opposite the bus stop to the right – look out for the yellow smiley logos hanging on the building.
- The public entrance is on the corner of St Vincent Street and Sheepcote Street.
- Roundhouse, 1 Sheepcote St, Birmingham B16 8AEs
Walking routes from the city centre may vary as there are ongoing building works that may affect the route. We recommend you use Google Maps or an alternative route planning tool.
From Birmingham New Street Station (Victoria Square and New Street exit): City centre route, around 21 minutes.
Birmingham New street station on exit towards Victoria square and New Street ,turn left towards “café NERO” on Stephenson St., turn left onto Stephenson St., turn right onto Pinfold St., turn left, turn right at Hill St., continue onto Centenary Way, turn right towards Cambridge St., turn left onto Cambridge St. – go through 1 roundabout, continue onto Kings Edwards Rd., At the roundabout, take the first exit onto St Vincent St., the Roundhouse will be on the left !
From Birmingham New Street Station (Victoria Square and New Street exit): Canal-side route around 23 minutes.
Birmingham New Street station on exit towards Victoria and New Street, turn left towards café Nero on Stephenson St., continue onto Navigation St., turn right towards A456/Holiday St. (after the bridge), turn left onto A456/Holiday St., turn right onto Bridge St/A456, turn left on to the canals next to the Canal House pub and continue straight with Canal House pub on your left side, turn right after the bridge continuing on the left side of the canal straight. Continuing straight for couple of minutes the destination is on your right
We are very conveniently located on the Mainline canal which links Wolverhampton to South Birmingham and beyond. This is also the NCN Route 5
We recommend using Google Maps or another route planning application to find your way here from your location.
We have bike racks for up to 16 bicycles on site. Water bottles can be filled free of charge.
Roundhouse is around twenty minutes’ walk from the following train stations:
Five Ways (21 min) https://goo.gl/maps/qpBKp5hGg3G1Kp9bA
Birmingham New Street (22 min) https://goo.gl/maps/hVyer52cv9Xt6FqcA
Moor Street (27 min) https://goo.gl/maps/bzCsmBtnmmn8Jini8
Snow Hill (20 min) https://goo.gl/maps/Vyt8owBehrkmnhHu6
If you’re driving to the Roundhouse, you’ll have no problems finding us as Birmingham is at the heart of the UK’s motorway networks, close to the M6, M5 and M42. We’d always suggest you leave plenty of time for your journey. We’re in the heart of the city next to the canals and easy to get to. Live traffic updates can be found at www.highways.gov.uk/traffic-information.
From Birmingham New Street with a car: https://goo.gl/maps/x68SrbatJS6uNsU17
PLEASE NOTE, there is no on-site parking at the Roundhouse. The nearest car park is Arena Birmingham on Sheepcote Street, or there is some on-street parking in the streets around the building. Remember to bring cash for the parking meters. There are also bus-only lanes around the Roundhouse.
If you’re coming to Birmingham by water, whether narrow boat, kayak, water bike or jetski, you can moor up right outside the Roundhouse, or in a number of convenient locations nearby. Moorings are time limited, but give you plenty of opportunity to explore all that Roundhouse has to offer. Find out more about moorings via the Canal & River Trust website and type in B16 8AE.