Tourism

Royal Sutton Coldfield

You will find The Gracechurch Centre at the heart of Royal Sutton Coldfield. Officially a Royal town, Sutton Coldfield is a suburb in the city of Birmingham and the largest commercial centre outside of the city centre. It lies seven miles from the centre of Birmingham and has good, frequent and fast rail and bus links to other parts of Birmingham and Staffordshire.
The Gracechurch Centre is perfectly placed in the midst of Sutton Coldfield town centre, which has lots on offer for a day out - shopping, cafes, restaurants and a cinema.

Restaurant Quarter

The town also boasts a burgeoning restaurant community situated largely at the southern end of the town centre. Sutton Coldfield’s Restaurant Quarter, which launched in the summer of 2014, homes a fantastic mix of restaurants from Greek, Italian, Indian, Mediterranean and British, so there really is something for everyone.
A cosmopolitan blend of chain and independent eateries make up the Restaurant Quarter, including Don Diego, Cambaz, Quinto Lounge, The Royal and Nando’s. The Restaurant Quarter also embraces the town centre’s pubs and nightlife offering as well as Empire Cinema.

Sutton Coldfield Nightlife

Sutton town centre lights up of an evening and at weekends. The Station, The Three Tuns, Hyde After Dark, iBar and The Royal pubs and clubs regularly host comedy nights on top of their live music and drinks offers. With different acts and a range of events to suit everyone’s musical taste there is always something to dip into in the town centre.
Sutton Park
The area is extremely lucky to be home to a beautiful vast parkland - Sutton Park – which is one of the largest urban parks in England and a national nature reserve. When the sun is shining people travel from far and wide to visit the park, relax, walk and play sports.

The Arts

Sutton Coldfield has a vibrant and very active arts community with numerous local amateur dramatic groups, musical theatre companies, orchestras and dance schools performing in local venue