Getting to the Aegon Classic Birmingham | Tennis in Britain

Getting to the Aegon Classic Birmingham

The Aegon Classic Birmingham is held at the Edgbaston Priory Club, situated just five minutes away from Birmingham city centre. See below on further details on how to get to the venue.

Venue Address

Edgbaston Priory Club, Sir Harrys Road, Birmingham B15 2UZ 

By car

From M6:

Leave at Junction 6 and follow signs for A38M City Centre and then A38 South West through the Queensway Tunnel. Stay on the A38 (Bristol Road) until the junction with traffic lights for the B4217. Turn right onto the B4217 signposted for Harborne (Priory Road). At the first roundabout take the last exit and then the first right onto Sir Harry’s Road. The entrance to the public car park is on the right hand side.

From M40:

Join M42 (M42 West and M5) and exit at Junction 2. Follow A435 towards Birmingham through Kings Heath and turn left to Edgbaston onto the B4217 (Salisbury Road). Continue on the B4217 past Edgbaston Cricket Ground, straight over the junction with the A441 and then straight over the junction with the A38 onto Priory Road (still the B4217). At the first roundabout on Priory Road take the last exit and then the first right onto Sir Harry’s Road. The entrance to the public car park is on the right hand side.

From M5 South:

Leave at Junction 4 and take A38 through Northfield and Selly Oak. After going through Selly Oak continue on the A38 (Bristol Road) until the junction with traffic lights for the B4217. Turn left here onto the B4217 signposted for Harborne (Priory Road). At the first roundabout take the last exit and then the first right onto Sir Harry’s Road. The entrance to the public car park is on the right hand side.

By bus

Buses leave from Birmingham city centre. Take the 61 or 63 from Corporation Street coming from the city centre, get off at Sir Harry’s Road. From here it is an 8 minute walk.

For more details call the Centro hotline on 0121 200 2700 or visit the Centro website.

By train

Birmingham is well connected by train, from the London and the south and from Liverpool and further north. Save time and money and buy your train tickets from www.londonmidland.com with no booking or postage fees to pay.

Birmingham New Street train station is only a short taxi ride from the venue.

By air

Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is the city's gateway to the world. It is easily accessible by train from New Street Station - you the get off at Birmingham International for the airport and NEC.

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