The largest landmark millennium project in England outside the capital, Millennium Point opened in Autumn 2001.
An iconic and impactful building, Millennium Point enables its visitors to explore ideas, science, education, technology and the arts.
The building has acted as a catalyst for the regeneration of a large brownfield site that has seen further development over the last 15 years – creating the Knowledge Quarter of the city around us.
Millennium Point is owned by the charity Millennium Point Trust and is managed by its operational division Millennium Point Property Limited. It acts as a landlord to a number of prestigious organisations, is one of the city’s best-known meeting places and carries out a number of activities which make a meaningful difference to local lives.
Millennium Point is a bustling hive of activity welcoming over one million visitors each year and is home to faculties of Birmingham City University, schools of Birmingham Metropolitan College and the Thinktank (the city’s science museum). Millennium Point’s work, focusing on S.T.E.A.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) themes, allows visitors to explore the world around them.