We saw a sign for the factory so decided to take a look, at first you think is a run down shell but No its very interesting. Shops cafes even a cinema, inside some very interesting art work, even the outside chimney has been decorated, well worth a visit.
went for a day whilst visiting birmingham, and was a lovely small market with a few shops and lovely street food and music, nice atmosphere but some of it was a bit expensive
We visited the Custard Factory to attend a sample sale but did look around after we had purchased ( Not a lot in this case - too expensive) the shops looked interesting and the prices were reasonable for items "not on the high street" and the bars were good. Getting there was interesting,..We parked in Selfridge's car park and walked,... 更多
I love to see old factories used for other purposes rather than left derelict or pulled down. Love the custard that used to be made here too so it was fun to visit and reminisce about childhood puddings! Not too many shops open but there was a Vintage by Kilo sale so was busy. We enjoyed looking at the graffiti... 更多
Worth a look if you're exploring the city... it's a hidden gem of strange shops and art exhibitions which was really fun to look at. There also a weird sweet shop that sells all kinds of odd sweets like iron bru fudge which is really cool. Not big enough to spend the whole day but certainly and hour or two!
A event to celebrate Roald Dahl, very well planned, lots of games, chocolate and fudge stalls and the most amasing story teller. Really engaging, funny, dramatic and wonderful sound effects! Had a wonderful time, seen lots of lovely shops which are usually there and plan to go back again. The bike shop - they guys in there are wonderful with... 更多
It was a lovely area and great to have a look around! The shops were filled with lovely items that were great quality and worth the money, but it was just a little too expensive for us! But still, definitely worth a visit just to see the artwork etc!
Strange, we are used to everywhere especially places in cities being open on Sunday's. But everywhere at the Custard Factory was closed. Only a photographer open. Vintage shop has closed and not a lot else to look at. Very disappointing.