About - Finding Maryvale

Location maps and travel directions for visiting Maryvale

Finding Maryvale

By Car, from the M6

  • Leave the M6 at Junction 7, following the sign for Birmingham A34.
  • Follow the A34 towards Birmingham; staying in the left hand lane.
  • Turn left at the main traffic lights into Queslett Road.
  • Follow this road for approx 1 mile until you reach a main traffic island, where you will be turning right.
  • At the island take the third exit into Aldridge Road.
  • Take the second left into Shady Lane.
  • Turn right at the mini island into Oscott School Lane.
  • Turn left at the traffic island.
  • Maryvale Institute is just a short way up on the left; ‘Maryvale House’ is written on the gates.

By Car, from the M40

Join the M42 travelling towards the M6 North. Then follow instructions from the M6 above:

By Car, from the M5

Follow the M5 northwards to the junction beyond junction 1 and join the M6 (Junction 8). Keep to the left and follow the sign for “London and Birmingham North”. Keep in left hand lane and almost immediately leave M6 at Junction 7. Then follow instructions from the M6 above.

By train or coach

From the station make your way to Bull Street to catch one of the buses below.

By Bus:

997 or 997E from Bull Street (to Walsall, via Pheasey and Aldridge)

Get off at Oscott School Lane, walk towards the traffic island and turn left into Old Oscott Hill. Maryvale Institute is a short way up on the left (gates marked Maryvale House).

By Taxi

The Institute recommends Great Barr Cars which is significantly cheaper for Maryvale visitors: (0121) 258 7777/356 6060

From Airport by train or bus

  • From Birmingham Airport, walk to Birmingham International Station (5 minutes, via the AirRail link).
  • From the station, catch the train towards Birmingham New Street (14 minutes).
  • From Birmingham New Street, walk to Bull Street to catch the 997 or 997E bus (as above) (9 minutes).
  • The bus journey is approximately 20 minutes.
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