Tuesday 11 Sept 2018 | Starts 1.30pm – 3.15pm
Discovering Birmingham Walking Tour
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Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square B1 2ND
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Discovering Birmingham – a Walk and More
Understand how Birmingham developed and see that many of today’s ways of working have deep roots in our past. In particular we explore:
• Earlier times – medieval origins
• From Georgian entrepreneurs to Victorian idealists
• Jewellery Quarter
• Canal city
• An artistic side
• Developing for the future.
This walk starts and ends at the Library of Birmingham in Centenary Square. Content is loosely based on the new tourist guide Discovering Birmingham. A copy of the guide book is included in the ticket price (book normally £5). Tours may use an audio system and if so you can bring your own earphones or purchase a pair for £1 at the start of the tour.
This 1 ½ hour walking tour gives a great introduction to the city and will be of interest equally to local people and visitors alike.
Booking required. Cost: Adult £10. Child: £5.