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Getting Here

However you prefer to travel, Mailbox is easy to get to, thanks to its convenient location in the heart of the city centre.

Located within walking distance of three major train stations and Birmingham’s main shopping and business districts, Mailbox is easy to find whether you’re travelling by car, bus, rail, or on foot.

Perfectly positioned in the heart of the city centre, Mailbox is just a stone’s throw away from Birmingham New Street, which boasts excellent transport links.

With easily accessible parking, our award-winning Q-Park car park operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with CCTV security, contactless payment options and car washing services that are designed to make your Mailbox experience as enjoyable as possible.

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Mailbox can be easily accessed via Birmingham’s main train station: Birmingham New Street, the biggest train station in Birmingham with connections to all parts of the UK and serves all train operators including Virgin, Cross Country and London Midland.

Other train stations in Birmingham city centre within approximately 10 minute walking distance to the Mailbox include Moor Street, Snow Hill and Five Ways.

Moor Street station is located on the East Mall side of Bullring shopping centre, next to Selfridges and provides access for more local services including operators such as London Midlands and Chiltern Railways.

Snow Hill station is located on Colmore Circus Queensway just off Colmore Row. Five Ways station is located on Islington Row Middleway, just off Five Ways Island.

Sat Nav Instructions: Enter the postcode B1 1RD or street name “Royal Mail Street” for main access to the Mailbox car park.

From The North

From M6

Leave the M6 at Junction 6 and follow signs for A38M Birmingham Central. Stay on the A38M in the second lane for approximately 2 miles following signs for Birmingham City Centre. Pass over the flyover above Lancaster Circus (Aston University is on the left). Proceed through St Chads Queensway tunnel. On leaving the tunnel, move into the left-hand lane and continue up to Paradise Circus island.

Take the first available exit from Paradise Circus, heading down Suffolk Street Queensway. Stay in the left-hand lane and take the first left into Brunel Street. At the bottom of Brunel Street turn right, passing under the Queensway elevated section, after which the road bends round to the left. The entrance to the car park is on your right.

Please note, there are ongoing roadworks around Paradise Circus which may affect your journey. Please click here for the latest information.

From The South

From M5

Leave the M5 at Junction 3. At the motorway island follow signs for Birmingham City Centre (A456). Keep on the A456 (Hagley Road West) for approximately 2 miles. At the first set of traffic lights (the junction of the A4123) carry straight on following signs for Birmingham City Centre (A456).

Carry straight on over the second set of traffic lights, Hagley Road West becomes Hagley Road as you enter Edgbaston. After a further 2.5 miles you will approach Five Ways island (do not take the tunnel under Five Ways). Take the third exit onto Islington Row Middleway (A4540).

Take the second left into Bath Row, which leads into Holloway Head. At the roundabout (Holloway Circus) turn left into Suffolk Street Queensway. Take the second left and immediate right which takes you along the front of The Mailbox. At the next junction turn left, which takes you to the car park entrance.

From M6

Leave the M6 at Junction 6 and follow signs for A38M Birmingham Central. Stay on the A38M in the second lane for approximately 2 miles following signs for Birmingham City Centre.

Pass over the flyover above Lancaster Circus (Aston University is on the left). Proceed through St Chads Queensway tunnel. On leaving the tunnel, move into the left-hand lane and continue up to Paradise Circus island. Take the first available exit from Paradise Circus, heading down Suffolk Street Queensway.

Stay in the left-hand lane and take the first left into Brunel Street. At the bottom of Brunel Street turn right, passing under the Queensway elevated section, after which the road bends round to the left. The entrance to the car park is on your right.

Please note, there are ongoing roadworks around Paradise Circus which may affect your journey. Please click here for the latest information.

From The West

From M5

Leave the M5 at Junction 3. At the motorway island follow signs for Birmingham City Centre (A456). Keep on the A456 (Hagley Road West) for approximately 2 miles. At the first set of traffic lights (the junction of the A4123) carry straight on following signs for Birmingham City Centre (A456).

Carry straight on over the second set of traffic lights; Hagley Road West becomes Hagley Road as you enter Edgbaston. After a further 2.5 miles you will approach Five Ways island (do not take the tunnel under Five Ways).

Take the third exit onto Islington Row Middleway (A4540). Take the second left into Bath Row which leads into Holloway Head. At the roundabout (Holloway Circus) turn left into Suffolk Street Queensway. Take the second left and immediate right that takes you along the front of The Mailbox. At the next junction turn left, which takes you to the car park entrance.

From M6

Leave the M6 at Junction 6 and follow signs for A38M Birmingham Central. Stay on the A38M in the second lane for approximately 2 miles following signs for Birmingham City Centre. Pass over the flyover above Lancaster Circus (Aston University is on the left). Proceed through St Chads Queensway tunnel. On leaving the tunnel, move into the left-hand lane and continue up to Paradise Circus island.

Take the first available exit from Paradise Circus, heading down Suffolk Street Queensway. Stay in the left-hand lane and take the first left into Brunel Street. At the bottom of Brunel Street turn right, passing under the Queensway elevated section, after which the road bends round to the left. The entrance to the car park is on your right.

Please note, there are ongoing roadworks around Paradise Circus which may affect your journey. Please click here for the latest information.

From The East

From M6

Leave the M6 at Junction 6 and follow signs for A38M Birmingham Central. Stay on the A38M in the second lane for approximately 2 miles following signs for Birmingham City Centre. Pass over the flyover above Lancaster Circus (Aston University is on the left). Proceed through St Chads Queensway tunnel. On leaving the tunnel, move into the left-hand lane and continue up to Paradise Circus island.

Take the first available exit from Paradise Circus, heading down Suffolk Street Queensway. Stay in the left-hand lane and take the first left into Brunel Street. At the bottom of Brunel Street turn right, passing under the Queensway elevated section, after which the road bends round to the left. The entrance to the car park is on your right.

Please note, there are ongoing roadworks around Paradise Circus which may affect your journey. Please click here for the latest information.

The nearest bus terminals are located on Navigation Street, Hill Street, Suffolk Street Queensway, Broad Street, Stephenson Street and Corporation Street.

For actual bus routes Centro, the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority website provides all public transport information across the region.

For further information please contact:

Contact Centro

t. 0121 200 2700
w. www.centro.org.uk

National Express West Midlands

t. 0121 254 7272
w. www.nxbus.co.uk

The main entrance is via Royal Mail Street, just off Navigation Street and Suffolk Street Queensway. Other entrances are on Severn Street and Commercial Street.

Access from the main shopping High Street is via Navigation Street / Stephenson Street.

If you are coming from Broad Street the nearest route is walking via Gas Street, dropping down on to the canal towpath until you reach The Cube and Mailbox adjacent.

Mailbox has a dedicated Waterbus service operated by Sherborne Wharf Heritage Narrow Boats. The narrow boat ‘Ariel’ sails down the Birmingham canals at the following dates / times:.

Waterbus stops:

  • Brindleyplace
  • King Edwards Wharf
  • Gas Street Basin
  • The Mailbox
  • Sherborne Wharf.

Service dates / times:

  • Runs between March to November with limited service in cooler months.
  • Service runs ½ hour daily between 10.30am – 5pm.

Waterbus costs:

  • Round trip: £4
  • One stop: £1

For further information please contact:

http://sherbornewharf.co.uk/

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