Planning your visit
The gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday, 10.30am - 5pm.
You can also explore our online exhibitions & browse the online shop.
The RBSA Gallery is just off St Paul’s Square, a short walk from Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery along Newhall Street.
The RBSA Gallery in Birmingham aims to provide an accessible experience for everyone to enjoy the gallery.
There is wheelchair access throughout the building, a lift to all three floors and an accessible toilet.
Blue-badge-holders can park directly outside the Gallery entrance, provided they show their badge clearly in the windscreen.
Please contact us directly in you require assistance for your visit. Email us at email@example.com or call 0121 236 4353.
How to get here
The 101 bus runs from Birmingham City Centre down Newhall Street. For timetables and bus stops, please check National Express West Midlands.
Train and Metro
The RBSA Gallery is in walking distance from Snow Hill and Birmingham New Street train stations, and St Pauls metro stop.
Use any of the approach routes to Birmingham (M5, M6, M40, M42, A34, A38, A41, A456, A457) and follow signs to the city centre.
Clean Air Zone
Birmingham is now operating a Clean Air Zone in the city centre. Check if your vehicle will be charged using the Government Vehicle Checker.
Find more information on the Brum Breathes website.
The RBSA Gallery does not have its own dedicated parking spaces. Below is some parking information for you to plan your visit.
Use the code RBSA10 to receive a discount when booking Jewellery Quarter parking online with Your Parking Space.
Parking is free after 6.00pm and all day on Sundays
Meter parking is available in some areas of St Paul’s Square and in some of the surrounding streets. These allow parking for up to four hours. Please note: Some areas are for local residents and permit holders only
There is a multi-storey car park NCP opposite the Gallery, on the corner of Newhall Street and Brook Street, accessed via Newhall Street or St Paul’s Square. This is a pay-on-exit car park; parking up to 4 hours is £12.50 but can be cheaper if you book in advance from the NCP website
There is a pay-and-display car park on Northwood Street (a 3 min walk); parking costs £6 for 10 hours, or £3 for 4 hours
Blue badge holders can park directly outside the RBSA Gallery as long as their badge is displayed clearly in the window screen. Please note: There is a time limit.
For deliveries and collections of large artworks, a loading sign can be requested to unload or load. Loading signs must be arranged with the Gallery in advance and are subject to availability.
Note: This information was correct at the time of publishing and is a guideline only.