Victoria Square Overview

Victoria Square is a famous pedestrianised spot in Birmingham. Thus, while noting the renowned places to visit in Birmingham, you must not forget about this public junction. Lying adjacent to Chamberlain Square, it attracts most tourists for the presence of some remarkable buildings.

The central location of the Square makes it a perfect place to spend some beautiful moments, especially during Christmas. Every year, Sandvik arranges a massive Christmas Tree to be erected at this junction. You can also buy accessories like ornaments, jewellery, German cuisines, and several artworks. Unfortunately, the Big Screen of Birmingham is now not a part of Chamberlain Square.

Hence, now you can see this incredible thing in Victoria Square only. Although several disputes prevented the official views of the Big Screen for some time, now everything is back to normal. Queen Elizabeth II took a lovely walk in this part of Birmingham in 2012, along with her husband, and recognized it as a prominent part of the West Midland Diamond Jubilee Tour.


• Victoria Square's former name was Council House Square, which got the new name in January 1901.
• Town Hall is also located at this place.
• The best way to connect with this remarkable public Square is through the tramways.
• Henry Barber donated a marble statue as a token of remembrance for Queen Victoria. Thomas Brock's magical hands gave shape to this distinguishing sculpture.
• The largest among so many art pieces is The River. It was meant to be a fabulous fountain, which stopped functioning in 2013. However, in 2022, it underwent renovation just before the Commonwealth Games.

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