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RBSA Gallery

RBSA Gallery

An inspiring contemporary art gallery with a changing programme of exhibitions ranging from graduate artist shows to open call exhibitions. The Gallery Shop showcases crafts by designer makers from the Midlands and beyond as well as solo shows by RBSA Members and Associates. The Gallery is fully accessible and is open Tuesdays to Saturdays with free entry.

Detailed Information


4 Brook Street,
St. Paul's
B3 1SA.

Tel: 0121 236 4353.

Contact Person(s):

RBSA Gallery Front of House staff

Gallery Website

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  • Admission to all exhibitions is free. The RBSA is a registered charity No.528894 and relies on subscriptions and donations.

Opening Hours

  • Tuesday – Saturday 10.30am-5pm.
  • We are closed on Sundays, Mondays and Bank Holidays.


  • Contemporary gallery spaces set across two floors showing a changing programme of exhibitions throughout the year. Both galleries are available to rent by individuals or groups wishing to hold an exhibition.

  • Craft shop

  • Artist led workshops

  • Available to rent for corporate events, private functions, lectures, meetings

  • nely refurbished exterior
    Our newly refurbished frontage


    • Free admissions exhibitions

    • Gallery shop selling jewellery, textiles, ceramics, glass, books, greetings cards

    Disabled Visitors

    • Lift to all floors.
    • Toilet for disabled visitors.
    • Fully accessible
    • For detailed access information, please visit the RBSA website:

    How to get there:

    • The RBSA Gallery is situated in beautiful St Paul’s Square in Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter

    • A short walk from the city centre, Snow Hill and New Street train stations, and St Paul’s Metro stop

    • Train: Birmingham New Street or Birmingham Snow Hill

    • Metro: St. Paul's Station

    • Bus: No. 101 bus runs from Birmingham City Centre

    • Car: Use any approach route to Birmingham and follow signs to the city centre


    • Cars: on-street meter or app parking is available, free after 6pm. Northwood Street car park is available behind the gallery

    Average Length of Visit

    • 1-2 hours.