Thanks to its central UK location, heading to The Cube couldn’t be simpler. Enter postcode B1 1RN into your sat nav or follow the information below for the quickest ways to get to us.
Thanks to its iconic appearance and convenient location in the heart of the city right next to The Mailbox, finding The Cube on foot is easy. You’ll find the main entrance via Commercial Street, or by heading through The Mailbox entrance via Royal Mail Street. If coming from the main shopping district head towards Navigation Street. If you’re walking via Broad Street head through the signposted Brindlyplace along the canal towpath until you reach The Cube.
The M6 motorway can be accessed easily from the city centre via the A38, leading to the M42, M1, M5 and beyond. If you’re heading to The Cube from either the North or South via the M6, exit at Junction 6 then follow the A38 into Birmingham City Centre. If you’re heading from the South via the M5, exit at Junction 2 to join the M6 then follow the previous directions.
Frequent bus services operate near to The Cube. You’ll find stops located on Navigation Street, Hill Street, Suffolk Street Queensway, Broad Street, Stephenson Street and Corporation Street. For more information, please visit centro.org.uk or travelinemidlands.co.uk
If you’re heading to The Cube by train, you’ll find the newly renovated Birmingham New Street Station only minutes away. Simply head out of the Navigation Street exit and turn left towards The Mailbox. Moor Street, Snow Hill and Five Ways stations are also all within a ten-minute walk. For more information, please visit nationalrail.co.uk
Link Bridge remains closed for essential maintenance, with phase two of these works commencing on Monday 18th February 2019.
We will provide a further update on re-opening times via our website and social media channels as soon as possible.
We apologise again for any inconvenience and disruption caused.
Please refer to the maps which detail alternative routes via both the Brindley Place and Mailbox entrances.
Image 1: Alternative Route – Brindley Place Entrance
Image 2: Alternative Route – Mailbox Entrance