Birmingham is one of the most popular St. Patricks Day Parade destinations in the United Kingdom. The city is a well known travel destination for its beautiful tourist attractions. Birmingham organizes parade each year to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day. A good number of people participate each year in the parade. Non-Irish community also took part in the parade to honour the St. Patrick. The city organizes a good number of events to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Many Irish pubs organize special events and parties for the day. If you are not living in the United Kingdom, then we recommend you to buy St. Patrick’s Day festival package from your travel operator.
How to Watch Birmingham St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016 Live Streaming Online
If you are not able to reach in the city of Birmingham, then don’t worry. We have provided information to watch the best quality online streaming of Birmingham St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016.
To watch the live streaming of Birmingham St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016 online, please visit the official website of the organization’s website, the URL is given here.
Schedule of Birmingham St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016
- Date: March 13, 2016
- Day: Sunday
- Time: 12:00pm – 2:00pm
- Place: Digbeth High Street
If you don’t have time or missed an opportunity to watch the live streaming of Birmingham St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016 online, then please search these queries on YouTube ‘St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016 Birmingham’, or ‘St. Patrick’s Day Birmingham’, or, ‘Birmingham St. Patrick’s Day 2016’.
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In your leisure time, you could also visit the following tourist attractions in Birmingham.
- National Exhibition Centre
- Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
- Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
- Birmingham Back to Backs
- Gas Street Basin
- Winterbourne Botanic Garden
- International Convention Centre, Birmingham
- Birmingham Hippodrome
- Thinktank, Birmingham
- National Sea Life Centre
- Cadbury World
- Barber Institute of Fine Arts
- Sarehole Mill
- St Martin in the Bull Ring
- Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park
Article first published on March 3, 2016.