If you’re planning a day’s shopping in Birmingham it’s a good idea to know which stores are in the main shopping centres and streets.
We’ve put together this handy Bullring store guide so you can make the most of your retail therapy.
You’ll find everything at Bullring from fashion and lingerie to homeware and electricals plus lots of places to stop for lunch, cocktails, afternoon tea and meals out too.
We’ve also included opening times and parking charges at the bottom too.
Remember shops do come and go, so do check the Bullring website beforehand to avoid disappointment.
Where to shop
Accessorize – Lower mall
A boutique selling jewellery, bags, footwear, lingerie, winter and summer essentials. Accessorize is part of the Monsoon group and offers student discounts.
All Saints – Upper mall
A luxury clothing brand selling contemporary collections for women, men and accessories. All Saints is particularly known for its cult classic leather jackets.
Ann Summers – Lower mall
Lingerie specialist Ann Summers is best known for its novelty pieces for the adventurous adult.
Ben Sherman - Link Street
Ben Sherman opened its first standalone store in Birmingham in the spring. Look out for classic gingham shirts, Harrington jackets and polo shirts at the LinkStreet shop.
The Body Shop – Middle
The Body Shop sells a range of more than a thousand products in 3,000 franchised stores across 66 countries. Bullring is one of those stores, where the staff can offer free skincare advice and make-up tips.
Bose – Upper
Bose is home to audio, headphones, Bluetooth, home cinema and sound touch cinema. Check out their latest gadgets for enjoying music and films at home.
Boots - Middle
Alongside a large selection of cosmetics, fragrances, toiletries and healthcare products, Boots at Bullring also offers a photo developing and processing centre, a pharmacy service for prescriptions and a food offer for lunchtime breaks with sandwiches, salads and drinks.
Boutique Goldsmiths – Upper
Launched in 2011, Boutique Goldsmiths is the sister brand to premium jewellery retailer Goldsmiths. This variation of the store features fashionable watches and jewellery from the likes of Hugo Boss, Olivia Burton, Michael Kors and Casio. Student discounts available.
Boux Avenue – Middle
There’s lingerie, nightwear, bridal and swimwear at Boux Avenue . There’s also a bra fitting service, gift wrap and luxurious fitting rooms with different light settings and an intercom so sales assistants can assist you.
Build-a- bear workshop – Lower
Are your children tired of you dragging them around the shops? Then take them to Build-a-Bear on the lower ground. Here they can build their own personalised furry friend, choosing their name, giving it a heart and lastly picking out an outfit. They even provide parties which you can ask in store about.
Cadenza - Upper
A part of the Swarovski group, the Cadenza boutique sells premium jewellery from up and coming talents alongside famous high-end designers like Vivienne Westwood, Tory Burch, Kenzo, Kate Spade and Oscar De La Renta.
Claire’s Accessories – Lower
Teenage jewellery, bags and treats are on sale at Claire’s Accessories. They also do ear piercing with no appointment necessary.
Clarks – Upper
One of the UK’s oldest shoe retailers, Clarks has been offering shoes for men, women, girls and boys since 1925. Selling all types of shoes from trainers to smart loafers, Clarks is known for its high quality.
Coach - Upper East Mall
Luxury shoe and handbag store Coach is due to open at Bullring towards the end of 2017 and will offer the brand’s full range of bags, footwear, outerwear and accessori
COS – Upper
COS is a luxury fashion brand on the high street with this being one of 20 stores in the UK. Registered under the H&M group COS offers classic wardrobe essentials that are made to last. The two floor store holds ladieswear, menswear, childrenswear, lingerie, accessories and shoes.
Debenhams - Lower
Debenhams in the Bullring offers wedding services, personal shopping, lingerie assistance, travel money and beauty makeovers alongside its fashion, fragrance and home collections. There is also a restaurant on level 4.
Diesel – Upper
Diesel is best known for its denim and casual luxury fashion.
Disney Store – Lower
If your kids are after princesses, superheroes and Disney classics, this is the place to go for toys, games and dressing up.
DMC – Lower
Looking for hen night T-shirts? DMC can create personal T-shirts, canvases, mugs and cushions within an hour for birthdays, Valentines, stag dos or any other special occasion.
Dr. Martens – Upper
Dr. Martens has been selling its distinctive range of classic chunky boots and more for men, women and children for years.
Dune – Middle
From boots to heels, there’s a good selection of Dune shoes to choose from here.
The Entertainer - Lower
This toy shop not only sells the latest toys and games, it also holds events and competitions throughout the year as well as demonstrations by the staff.
Ernest Jones – Middle
Ernest Jones specialises in diamond jewellery and high-status watch brands like Rolex, Dior, Omega and Gucci.
Estilo – Linkstreet
Men’s fashion specialist Estilo sells brands like Henleys, Firetrap and Ringspun together with a range of Italian formalwear. There’s also an image consultant service available.
Footasylum – Lower
A nationwide footwear brand set up in 2005, Footasylum offers the latest trends in footwear and sportswear.
Footlocker – Lower
One of the largest Footlocker stores in the UK selling the most popular, on trend shoes and street stylewear.
Forever 21 – Middle
Forever 21 is the fifth largest speciality retailer in the US. And its first UK store was at Bullring. It’s a large fashion store, with multiple changing rooms and a personal shopping service.
Fossil – Middle
American lifestyle store Fossil sells watches, bags, jewellery, purses and wallets.
The Fragrance Shop – Middle
The Fragrance shop offers up to 70 per cent off certain fragrances. Also, for an extra 15 per cent off download The Fragrance Shop app for free.
Game – Lower
Game offers the latest video game releases along with all the Playstation, Xbox and Nintendo consoles. You can also trade in your old games, accessories and consoles.
Gap – Upper
Global fashion brand Gap was founded way back in 1969. Collections are available for men, women, kids and baby.
Goldsmiths – Upper
Over 230 years of experience in the luxury jewellery business, Goldsmiths offers Chanel, Rolex, Cartier and more. Not only do they sell watches and jewellery but they also repair it, value and insure your designer purchases.
G-Star Raw – Upper
The denim specialist, G-Star Raw also offers a large range of vests, shirts, jumpers and accessories.
H Samuel – Lower
H Samuel sells diamond, gold and silver jewellery as well as watches in a range of price ranges.
H&M - Lower
H&M offers childrens collections, ladies fashion basics and trend pieces and a men’s range filled with suits, basic t-shirts and jeans. Their popular design collaboration events, like the recent one with Kenzo, are always popular at the Bullring.
Harper and Lewis – Middle
Vintage clothing at affordable prices for both men and women, the range at Harper and Lewis includes Levi shorts, baggy denim jackets, festival style shirts and slogan t-shirts.
HMV – Middle
Having a movie night or wanting to find the latest band to listen to? HMV offers the latest and classic CDs, DVDs, Bu-rays, games, vinyl and merchandise.
Holland and Barrett – Lower
In need of a natural cure? Holland and Barrett offer a range of organics, vitamins, minerals and healthy foods.
Hollister – Upper
For the surfer guys and girls Hollister offer the latest in California styles. The dimly lit store has the signature Hollister scent emphasising the scene of a LA beach.
Hotel Chocolate - Middle
Are you a chocoholic? Not only does Hotel Chocolate stock gift wrapped chocolate and everyday bars but all kinds of condiments too. Go have a browse and try a new recipe free every month.
Hugo Boss – Upper
Men’s luxury fashion brand Hugo Boss collections include suits, sportswear and casual wear.
Irregular Choice – Linkstreet
Footwear designer Dan Sullivan set up quirky shoe brand in 1999 in an attempt to stand out from the crowd. Irregular Choice sells embellished unicorn heels, distinct fabrics and glittered flats in vibrant colours.
Jack Wolfskin – Middle
Jack Wolfskin is an outdoor clothing and equipment store selling specialist equipment and clothing for cycling, hiking, running or biking.
JD – Lower
Sports footwear and clothing brand, JD supplies the latest trends from Adidas, New Balance, Nike and more. You can find trainers, tracksuits, t-shirts and hoodies here at competitive prices.
Johnsons Volkswagen - Lower
This is a novel concept – a car showroom within a shopping centre. The Johnsons Volkswagen store enables customers to purchase and arrange test drives of a range of Volkswagen vehicles. Shoppers can also buy vehicle accessories and merchandise.
Jones Bootmaker – Middle
Footwear store Jones provides high quality boots, heels, and flats to the public.
Karen Millen – Upper
A thoroughly British brand, there are now Karen Millen stores in more than 65 countries across the world selling women’s fashion.
Khaadi – Middle
One of three stores in the UK, Khaadi means of ‘hand woven.’ The store produces traditional Pakistani clothing, accessories and home pieces.
KIKO – Upper
KIKO is an Italian cosmetics brand that sells beauty products on a budget for a variety of skin tones.
Kurt Geiger – Upper
Designer footwear brand Kurt Geiger supplies men and women with luxurious styles at not so high end prices. The modern store in the Bullring offers the best from Kurt Geiger’s own collection of shoes and bags as well as Carvela and Solea.
Lacoste – Upper
Designer fashion brand Lacoste is well known for their polo shirts but they also own popular men’s, ladies and children’s range.
Lambretta – Lower
Mod clothing brand Lambretta offers men’s and women’s clothing, accessories, underwear and footwear.
Leslie Davis – Upper
Leslie Davis is a jewellery and watch specialist that also sells giftware.
Links of London - Upper
Known for its charms, Links of London also does statement watches and gifts too.
Lipsy – Upper
Lipsy takes the catwalks trends to the high street offering statement bodycon dresses, playsuits, day dresses and printed co-ordinates.
Luke – Lower
Luke is a men’s fashion label born in the West Midlands, the Bullring holds its flagship store showcasing what the Midlands brand is about.
Mango – Middle
Mango is a European fashion brand which headed to Birmingham to open up their flagship store. Offering Spanish influences styles for men, women and children they provide casual daywear and sophisticated evening looks for all the family.
Michael Kors – Upper
This award-winning designer’s store stocks accessories, bags and small leather goods. The Michael Kors boutique also has watches, jewellery, eyewear, perfume and garments.
Molton Brown – Upper
Bath and body expert Molton Brown showcase soaps, moisturisers, salts, hair products scrubs and gifts. Join the team for in store demos.
New Look – Lower
New Look is a popular fashion retailer amongst women and teenagers. Find on trend pieces at affordable prices, finishing off the look with shoes and accessories. There’s also a New Look Man opening soon.
New Look Man
This dedicated menswear store is opening for the first time at Bullring in March 2017. New Look Man will make that area of Bullring the place to go for men’s clothing, as Zara Man and Topman are just down the mall.
Next – Lower
Next in Bullring has two floors filled with fashion for all the family plus a homeware range and a Costa Coffee too. Often has the longest queues on Boxing Day morning.
The North Face – Middle
California based outdoor clothing specialist The North Face has clothes and equipment for mountain climbs, snow-sports and exploring.
Oasis – Middle
Have a look in the pretty Oasis store to see how they have taken on this season’s trends for women’s fashion.
Office – Lower
Whether you want the latest trainers or smart loafers you can find them here. Office stocks big name brands like Nike, Converse and Timberland. They also have a Click and Collect service if you wish to order online.
Omega – Upper
Omega offer fashionable and luxurious watches, as seen on James Bond himself.
Pandora – Lower
Famous for their charms, Pandora are a worldwide jewellery brand that offer rings, bracelets, necklaces and more at reasonable prices.
The Perfume Shop – Middle
With over 265 shops in the UK, the Perfume Shop is one of the giants in fragrance retail. But this store stands out as it likes to give its customers a little bit extra offering free gift wrap, free standard delivery online, perfume advice and a free rewards club card.
Positive Outlook – Linkstreet
The designers at Positive Outlook wanted to create a brand that spreads happiness giving the wearer a brighter outlook on their day. Creating their designs using sustainable raw materials, such as bamboo viscose, low impact cotton and hemp, recycled polyester.
Pretty Green – Linkstreet
A British menswear brand, inspired by music founded by Liam Gallagher in 2009. The Pretty Green store creates simple, modern clothing with a musical twist.
Radley – Upper
Handbag and accessory specialist Radley stocks purses, wallets, luggage, sunglasses, scarves and umbrellas.
Reiss – Upper
Reiss is an established fashion brand providing modern, classic designs in its two floor Bullring store.
Religion – Linkstreet
A grunge, East London based fashion store, known for its subcultural orientation with the likes of Kate Moss presenting their designs. Religion has collaborated with many clubs and DJs such as Ministry of Sound, Carl Cox and Defeated as well as often being seen on ASOS.
River Island – Upper
High street fashion for men and women at River Island which is almost 70 years old.
Russell & Bromley
Signature loafers, boots, pumps and brogues
Schuh – Lower
Schuh stocks all the popular brands like Converse, Vans and Nike as well as some you might never have heard of. Pop in for mens, ladies and children’s shoes.
Scotts – Lower
Popular menswear brands like Lacoste, Henri Lloyd, Fred Perry, Bench, Nike and Adidas are all housed at Scotts
Scribbler – Upper
Forget to pick up a birthday card? Husband and wife team John and Jennie Procter provide funny or rude greetings cards at Scribbler
Selfridges – Lower
It’s worth visiting just to see the iconic building Selfridges is housed inside. Four floors are filled to the brim with some of the world’s top designers in fashion, beauty, accessories, homeware, technology and food. They offer clothing brands from Primark to Chanel, beauty including Mac, Bobbi Brown as well as restaurants like Ed’s Diner and Yo Sushi. Round off your shopping with a drink in the Moet Rose Champagne bar.
Skechers – Lower
Shoe shop offer a large selection of athletic, dressy, casual and work shoes for women, men and kids including Skechers Shape Up and Skechers Tone Up and Twinkletoes ranges.
Smashbox – Upper
It’s the beauty brand born out of a real photo studio, Smashbox Studios in L.A. The staff at this newly-opened store offer free makeovers and a photobooth so you can check how your new look will appear in selfies.
Smiggle – Lower
It’s the stationary brand most talked about in schools across Birmingham at the moment. The Australian company sells bright bags, notepads, lunchboxes, accessories and more in this tiny but colourful store. You can also join the Smiggle Craver Saver program to collect stamps for free gifts.
Soletrader – Lower
With a 50 year heritage of designing men’s shoes, Soletrader sells shoes, boots and trainers for men, including brands like Converse, Vans, Dr. Martens, Uggs, Nike, Ted Baker, Chloe and Toms.
Sports Direct – Lower
The Bullring Sports Direct store offers two floors of sports clothes and footwear for all the family plus specialist areas catering for golf, football, rugby, racket sports and running enthusiasts.
Sunglass Hut – Upper
Sunglass Hut sells big name brands like Ray-Ban, Prada, Oakley, Giorgio Armani, Persol and Dolce & Gabbana.
Superdrug – Lower
Health, beauty and toiletries await at Superdrug as well as a new fine fragrance department selling perfumes and giftsets. The Bullring store has a 3 Mobile department too.
Superdry – Lower
Born of an inspirational trip to Tokyo, British fashion brand Superdry is now sold in more than 100 countries worldwide. Click and collect is available in the Bullring store.
Swarovski – Upper
A world leader in cut crystal, Swarovski collections at Bullring include jewellery, giftware, decor and accessories.
Swatch – Upper
Launched in 1983, Swatch watches continue to be associated with the world of sport and art. There’s a good selection at the Bullring store.
T2 – Upper
This colourful Australian tea shop has just opened at Bullring, offering a choice of more than 200 teas and a special mixing table. Shoppers are encouraged to join the T2 Tea Society for special perks.
Ted Baker – Upper
Established in 1988 as a shirting specialist, Ted Baker has gone onto tailor a wide range of menswear and womenswear designs.
Teenie Weenies – Moor Street Car Park
Teenie Weenies offers two dedicated soft play areas located just outside Bullring within Moor Street Car Park – one for toddlers and kids up to the age of five and the other for kids up to the age of 11. There’s a creche for children aged three to eight.
Thomas Sabo – Lower
The Thomas Sabo collections are split into three different areas: jewellery, watches and beauty.
Thortons – Middle
The Thorntons store at Bullring offers boxed chocolates, personalised gifts, ice creams and even a chocolate fountain.
Timberland – Rotunda Square
There are men’s premium boots, casual shoes, hiking boots and boat shoes at Timberland as well as outdoor-inspired apparel products for active sports and accessories built to withstand the elements of nature.
TK Maxx – Middle
Big labels at small prices with up to 60 per cent off recommended retail prices, TK Maxx is the place for designer deals. The flagship store at Bullring offers a large range of men’s and women’s clothing, shoes, accessories and handbags.
Tommy Hilfiger – Middle
This global brand with an American heritage was founded in 1985. Today the Bullring Tommy Hilfiger store sells womenswear, childrenswear, fragrance collection and denim.
Topshop and Topman – Upper
There are more than 300 Topshop stores in the UK and the Bullring one is a big one. It stocks everything from jersey basics to dedicated tall, petite and maternity collections as well as limited edition design pieces and collaboration items from the likes of Christopher Kane and Kate Moss.
UGG Australia – Upper
UGG is recognised as a premium lifestyle brand for footwear, apparel, outerwear, accessories and handbags.
Vans - Lower
Vans offers skateboarding shoes, fashion and apparel, including action sports footwear for men and for women, fashion classics and apparel for skate, snow, surf and BMX.
Versus Versace - Upper
Upmarket Italian label Versus Versace stocks fashion, accessories and fragrances for men and women.
Victoria's Secret - Upper
Pretty lingerie shop Victoria's Secret which also sells beauty products, sleepwear and hosiery.
Victoria’s Secret PINK – Upper
A lifestyle brand dedicated to the independent college girl, the Victoria's Secret PINK range includes hoodies, tees, tanks, sweats, bras, yoga, accessories, beauty and more.
Vincent Van Doodle – Linkstreet
Vincent Van Doodle is an independent homeware and gift boutique where everything is designed and handmade by the owners.
Vine Vera – Middle
Vine Vera is an anti-aging skin care brand offering products and pampering.
Virtual X – Linkstreet
Virtual X is a shop selling virtual reality technology for people to use at home.
Warehouse – Middle
Women’s fashion shop Warehouse selling key trends in clothing, bags and accessories.
Warren James – Linkstreet
Warren James sells jewellery at up to 50 per cent less than the recommended retail price.
Whistles – Upper
The Whistles store at Bullring stocks both women’s and men’s collections of this contemporary fashion brand.
Yours Clothing – Middle
Yours Clothing claims to be the UK’s best value plus size clothing retailer.
Zara Womens - Upper
Three floors of Zara fashion, which is known for its Spanish chic in casual to classic ranges including footwear and accessories.
Zara Man – Upper
Two floors of Zara men’s fashion in Rotunda Square. New clothes ranges, footwear and accessories come into the store every week.
Doddle (for deliveries)
H2O Car Valeting
Moor Street News
Saint Martin’s News
Yoshe Nail Bar
Where to eat
The Bullring has loads of places to eat - some with outdoor seating offering anything from coffee to sandwiches, afternoon tea, and a decent evening meal.
There are cocktail bars too if you want to celebrate a day of successful shopping.
Bill’s – St. Martin’s Walk
Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and evening cocktails, Bill’s is near the entrance from St. Martin’s Walk and offers al fresco dining.
We love the fishfinger sandwiches and the shepherd’s pie. It has a decent children’s menu too as well as breakfasts.
Browns Bar & Brasserie – Spiceal Street
The Bullring restaurant is the first Browns to open in the West Midlands and offers range of signature cocktails and classic and contemporary dishes.
Go here if you fancy a more formal lunch or afternoon tea, which is reasonably priced starting at £12 per person.
Café Rouge – St. Martin’s Walk
Cafe Rouge has an outdoor seating area, making it a good place to stop for a morning coffee before you start shopping. Throughout the day they serve quick French snacks, like croques and salads, together with more substantial dishes such as steak frites and boeuf bourguignon.
Cereal Killer Cafe – Linkstreet
London’s famous 80s and 90s nostalgia cafe opened at Bullring towards the end of 2016. Perhaps not to everyone’s taste - unless you love American style sugary cereal. If you do - you will be in your element here with more than 100 different types of cereal from around the world, 30 varieties of milk and 20 different toppings.
You might enjoy the quirky single beds which double up as seating.
Chaophraya – Spiceal Street
Chaophraya is set over two floors, has a Thai interior including water features and a huge fish tank plus a large alfresco terrace. Highlights include the traditional Tom Yum soup (creamy yet rich with huge prawns) and the Weeping Tiger (sizzling steak in Thai spices).
Chatime – Middle
This is a specialist tea shop serving authentic Taiwanese bubble tea.
Druckers – Upper
A Brummie favourite, a nice informal place for lunch or just plenty of cake! Expect Vienna style cakes, sweet pastries, sandwiches, filled croissants and other savoury snacks.
EAT – Middle
A popular chain it’s fine for morning coffee, a quick lunch. It serves a range of soups, hot pots, salads, sandwiches and drinks.
Ed’s Easy Diner Shake Stand – Upper
This is a stand close to the Apple store dedicated to Ed’s famously thick milkshakes.
Five Guys – Middle
An American diner serving burgers that you can customise as you like and a Coca Cola Freestyle drinks machine that offers more than 100 different flavour varieties.
Handmade Burger Co – Lower
You can choose from more than 40 different handmade burgers here.
Jamie’s Italian – Lower
A family-friendly restaurant with a children’s menu. Pasta is made onsite daily.
Mee-Cha – Middle
Mee-Cha is a little stall in the centre of the shopping mall serving bubble tea and frozen yoghurt.
Mission Burrito – Upper
A burrito places go in Birmingham this is a brilliant all-rounder. You can get large or small burritos, you can get a beer with it and you can be confident that whoever you take there will like it.
Mount Fuji Tokyo Teriyaki Restaurant – Lower
It’s a bold statement but this restaurant claims to offer the best Japanese food that you can find outside of Japan.
It serves its food Tokyo style – try the Miso soup, bento, sushi and noodles rounded off by homemade desserts.
MyCookieDough – Lower
Freshly baked cookie dough served with ice cream and sauce. Flavours include peanut butter chocolate and fudge and honeycomb. Also check out the DoughShakes.
Nando’s – Lower
Nando’s needs no explanation really. A chain well known for its chicken dishes, doused Peri-Peri sauces made from a secret recipe that originated with Portuguese settlers in Africa. It’s just introduced it’s hottest sauce yet if you dare to try it.
Not Dogs – Linkstreet
This independent place launched in December 2016 serving all-veggie burgers, breakfasts, sides and fries.
St. Martin’s Tea Lounge – Edgbaston Street
The iconic church has its own tea lounge serving hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, snacks and cakes.
Pizza Express – Upper
Serving up favourites like the American Hot and the Sloppy Giuseppe at lunchtimes and in the evenings. Look out for frequent discount codes online.
Wagamama – Spiceal Street
A family friendly noodle bar serving rice dishes, ramen soups and sides inspired by Asian flavours.
Wrap Chic – Upper
Indian street cuisine in Mexican style tortillas, together with a range of snacks and desserts – all with a Wrapchic twist.
Baguette du Monde
Boost Juice Bar
Fuel Juice Bar
Joe Delucci’s Gelato
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Bullring opening hours
Bullring is generally open from 10am to 8pm Monday to Friday, from 9am to 8pm on Saturday and 11am to 5pm on Sunday. These times may vary on special occasions like Bank Holidays and the Christmas period.
When it comes to eating out, Spiceal Street is generally open from 11am until late Monday to Saturday and from 11am to 10pm on Sunday. Individual restaurant opening times vary.
How much does it cost to park?
Bullring car park has just over 1,000 spaces and is open from 7am to midnight on Monday to Saturday and 8am to midnight on Sunday.
Entrances are on Smallbrook Queensway and Park Street and costs are as follows:
0-1 hours: £3.00
1-2 hours: £5.50
2-3 hours: £7.00
3-4 hours: £7.50
4-6 hours: £10.00
6-8 hours: £12.50
8+ hours: £20.00
There are additional car parks in Edgbaston Street and Moor Street too.
What is Linkstreet?
Linkstreet is the connecting route between Bullring and Grand Central
It’s home to quirky, unusual and independent boutiques and pop-up shops.
How to get to Bullring
Enter the postcode B5 4BU or B5 4BP or street name “Park Street” into your SatNav if you’re planning to drive to Bullring.
If you’re visiting by train, the shopping centre is directly linked to Birmingham New Street and very close to Moor Street Station.
And the nearest bus stops can be found outside Moor Street Station and on Upper Dean Street, Corporation Street, Colmore Row and Bull Street.