The Shakespeare Memorial Library is housed in a private room within the Central Library complex. It is squeezed into the concrete mass alongside the Adrian Boult Hall. The room itself is not generally open to the public but can be view by scholars and small parties.
The Library was founded in 1864 by the local Shakespeare Club. The Library contains copies of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Folio editions from 1623 onwards.
Visit the Musimum of Science and Industry
It is the musium at the starting point of the industrial revolution. Loads of fantastic exhibits you just cant see anywhere else.
Fondest memory: The markets are great particularly the fish market in the Bull Ring.