What's the Pollen Count in Birmingham Today?
Check the pollen count in Birmingham by tapping in your postcode. Pollen Pal can help track pollen levels near you – so you can prevent your hay fever going havoc.
Pollen Forecast for Birmingham
Plan your week with Your Pollen Pal. Check the pollen count in Birmingham today before you brave the great outdoors. Whether you’re cycling in Sutton Park or having a picnic at Lickey Hill Country Park, get ahead of the pesky pollen and bring along a pack of Allergy Comfort Wipes.
Pollen Hotspots in Birmingham
Despite being an urban jungle, Birmingham is one of Britain’s greenest cities and has a whole host of beautiful green spaces to enjoy. Unfortunately for allergy suffers, this means you may be in the pollen firing line on your family dog walk or picnic with your friends.
Graph shows mean pollen grains per metre cube in Birmingham
In the city centre, you may find higher pollen counts in spots like Eastside City Park, as you stroll through the landscaped grassy spaces and hundreds of trees. If you fancy relaxing amongst flora and fauna at the Botanical Gardens, be sure to check Birmingham’s pollen count before you go.
Pollen lies in wait outside the city centre – Cannon Hill Park boasts 80 acres of picturesque parkland, beckoning city-dwellers to the lake’s edge for a picnic. In the summer, pedal boats roam the lake and sports enthusiasts flock to the tennis courts and bowling greens – grass allergies beware.
Use Your Pollen Pal to help you plan your day out.
Hay Fever Friendly Activities in Birmingham
Use Your Pollen Pal to track the pollen levels in Birmingham before your big day out in the city. Don’t worry, while the city may have over 8,000 acres of green land, Birmingham hay fever sufferers can find refuge in some of the many indoor attractions the city has to offer.
Graph shows pollen grains per metre cube by month for each main type in Birmingham
Whether you’re into motorbikes or museums, Birmingham has plenty to offer those looking to soak up some culture.
1. Ikon Gallery
2. Symphony Hall
3. National Motorcycle Museum
If you’re bringing the whole family, you don’t have to worry about being stuck for ideas when visiting Birmingham.
1. Cadbury’s World
2. Bullring & Grand Central Birmingham
3. Legoland Discovery Centre
Staying indoors doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the fun. There’s plenty to get your pulse racing without having to worry about pollen.
1. The Bear Grylls Adventure
2. Rush UK Trampoline Park
3. Inflata Nation
Kimberly-Clark are not affiliated with any of the places or activities recommended on this site.