Around Burton

Burton Upon Trent is the largest town in the National Forest and is internationally known as the capital of British Brewing. Michael Bass, who became Lord Burton in the 19th Centry, gifted the town with many of its fine buildings. The most prominent being the Town Hall, together with St.Margaret’s Church and the beautiful St. Paul’s.

The Coors Visitor Centre (formally the Bass Museum) tells the story of Bass, Brewing and Beer, with frequently changing exhibitions, interactive galleries, and unique collections of horse-drawn and motorised historic vehicles. Also visit the Marston’s Visitor Centre, where you can join a tour of the brewery and see time honoured brewing methods in action.

Burton Upon Trent is a premier shopping centre, boasting three excellent shopping centres, with good mix of specialist shops and leading retailers.

The Victoria Town Hall in all its Gothic splendour, is the ideal venue for concerts, exhibitions and other functions.

The Brewhouse Arts Centre, is a multi-purpose arts building incorporating 230 seat theatre, gallery, studios, media centre, cinema and delightful bar bistro in which to relax.

For more places, see below;

National Brewery

The National Brewery Centre Museum incorporates large elements of the original Bass Collection. Learn about the legendary Bass family and their role in the development of brewing.

Burton Albion
Football Club

Watch the League One football club play their rivals at the local football ground.

National Memorial

With 150 acres, over 300 memorials and an abundance of wildlife, there is something for everyone at the Arboretum.

Molson Coors
Visitor Centre

A lot has changed during their 350 year heritage, but sharing beet with friends remains one of life’s simple pleasures.


Plan a trip down to SnowDome in Tamworth, the first real snow indoor skiing venue in the UK.

Twycross Zoo

Immerse yourselves and explore the animal world, with encounters of over 500 animals from 125 different species.

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