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Loved seeing Dippy on Tour having previously enjoyed him in his home! Well designed exhibition... read more

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Dippy the dinosaur

A must for kids. Book your free tickets. Dippy goes in September Lots of information around the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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“Dippy the dinosaur ”
Part of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, this Victorian building is so named since it was once occupied by the main gas company in the city and the place where local people went to pay their gas bills.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Loved seeing Dippy on Tour having previously enjoyed him in his home! Well designed exhibition with other things to enjoy looking at too. Well worth a visit, free, but just book in advance!

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A must for kids. Book your free tickets. Dippy goes in September Lots of information around the gallery Family room on upper level with lots of things to keep kids entertained Just pray it’s not too busy when you go!

Thank Tracey G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Massive display of the large herbivore on ground floor. Good for children with lots of activities,shop and small cafe. Free but must book in advance because gets very busy. Worth also visiting the upper floors to see Staffordshire Hoard material and historical Birmingham and war...More

Thank Kevin W
Reviewed March 10, 2018 via mobile

The exhibition had free admission. If it had not been free my score may have been slightly different but the exhibition was interesting with some thought provoking art.

Thank Lottiegen
Reviewed February 17, 2017

This gallery has changing exhibitions and is worth seeing for what is new. The traveling art exhibition there at present, is suitably eclectic. The curation is excellent, placing different art works next to each other making them great than the sum of the two works....More

Thank Chenahusky
Reviewed July 19, 2015

When you lived in Birmingham I always watched out for the special exhibitions there - can strongly recommend! x

Thank AlikiBags
Reviewed June 24, 2015

What a great place. You are in another time. The gallery is fabulous. You just dont know what to look at frist. Will go again.

1  Thank julie3838
Reviewed March 5, 2015

Went to this exhibition twice. I was only vaguely aware of Emett's work. It was interesting to see everyone walking around with a smile on their face as they watched the mechanical pieces. I particularly liked the 'diving figure' - so amusing. It was so...More

2  Thank Dyanna H
Reviewed September 10, 2014

Fascinating Exhibition of Mechanical Paraphernalia. A exhibition and insight into one mans passionate description and obsession of life, within a city, a city, who's roots are deeply embedded in its manufacturing and mechanical past, a excellent opportunity to view the UK's second city from this...More

3  Thank Roger S
Reviewed July 16, 2014

I pencilled this into the plans for a 2 day break in the city with my children (8, 10 and 13) as a time filler if needed, yet it turned out to be the highlight of our break. At only £10 for a family ticket,...More

4  Thank RacheM75
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