Opening Times Bullring
Special Street Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday 11am 'til late
Sunday 11am to 10pm
*individual restaurant times may vary.
How to get there
Bus: Outside Moor Street Station, Upper Dean Street, Corporation Street, Colmore Row and Bull Street
Train: Birmingham’s main train station
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.
By bus: The main bus stops for local services can be found at Outside Moor Street Station, Upper Dean Street, Corporation Street, Colmore Row and Bull Street.
By train: 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.
The Bullring is a shopping Centre located in Birmingham. It houses 160 shops and kiosks including Apple and Debenhams and is anchored by the iconic Selfridges building.
Located in Birmingham, The Bullring is one of the most recognisible buidings in the UK, not least because of the dramatic architecture of the Selfridges department store which anchors the centre. The centre is home to 140 stores and services and is built over 4 floors. There is parking for 3,100 cars and the centre can be easily reached by public transport.
Among the many top brands, retailers and restaurants to be found at the Bullring you will find high street favourites like H&M, Bank and Forever 21. Shoppers looking to blow some serious cash can browse the luxury goods on offer at stores such as Armani Exchange, Pandora or Radley, while gadget lovers will be in seventh heaven in Apple Store, Bose or any of the other top electrical brand stores. After shopping, visitors can choose from a wide range of cafes and restaurants, including Burger King, Cafe Rouge and Wagamama.