Getting toSt Laurence Church Northfieldcar-free

1 At a glance

  • Open Saturday mornings (Mar-Dec)
  • Take the train to Northfield
  • Then it’s a 10-minute stroll

2 Step-by-step

There are frequent trains to Northfield from Birmingham New Street and other stations across the city. National Rail

From Northfield Station it's a 10 minute walk to St Laurence - see map

There are also handy buses to Northfield from around the city (free with a bus pass). The 18 and 27 bus are run by National Express and the 19 by IGO – use the journey planner at the bottom of this page to get bus times.

  • Live bus times:
    Great Stone Road (Westbound)

  • Live bus times:
    Great Stone Road (Eastbound)

About St Laurence Church Northfield

Open to visitors Saturday mornings, March to December.

One of just four remaining medieval churches in Birmingham. Interesting historic features include the Norman north doorway dating from around 1170 and two pairs of 12th century carved heads on the tower, as well as windows from the English Decorated period.

  • County: West Midlands
  • Address: Church Road, Birmingham B31 2LX
  • Refreshments: Tea and biscuits
  • Car-free offer: free entry

3 Plan your car-free journey

Reverse Route

About St Laurence Church Northfield

Open to visitors Saturday mornings, March to December.

One of just four remaining medieval churches in Birmingham. Interesting historic features include the Norman north doorway dating from around 1170 and two pairs of 12th century carved heads on the tower, as well as windows from the English Decorated period.

  • County: West Midlands
  • Nearest town: Birmingham
  • Refreshments: Tea and biscuits
  • Car-free offer: free entry
Bike routes

NCN Route 5 passes close by. You can plan your route at cyclestreets.

Look out for the Good Journey Mark – where car-free visitors are welcome and enjoy a discount