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Rotunda via Public Transport

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New Street Station 
The Rotunda is a four minute walk from New Street Station. Exit the station via the Stephenson Street exit (signposted also to Moor Street Station and Buses) and turn right along the pedestrian walkway. At the end, walk up the steps straight ahead of you and turn left at Zara. The entrance to Rotunda is between Zara and Carphone Warehouse.  Press the bell button on the steel pad for Concierge to enter.

Moor Street Station
Rotunda is a four minute walk away. Exit the station so that Selfridges is on your left. Cross the main road via the pedestrian crossing. This brings you next to a subway and a ramp to your left. Take the ramp to the top, past the Armani store until you reach a piazza and Rotunda is straight ahead of you. The entrance is between Zara and Carphone Warehouse.

Birmingham Airport 
25 minutes via taxi or nine minutes via train to New Street Station. Trains are about every ten minutes and Rotunda is a three minute walk (see above).

East Midlands Airport 
55 minutes by taxi. There are no trains, but coaches are run by National Express.

 

 

 

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