Northfield’s community history in stitches and words.
Church open day and talks programme.
An opportunity to see up close the last three remaining gasholders in Birmingham as they are being dismantled.
J.R.R. Tolkien and Sarehole Mill guided walk
One of the oldest Birmingham branch libraries. Visit for impromptu guided tours and local history displays.
See model sailing boats in action on the water. Some boats will be available for visitors to sail.
Visit to see this grade II* listed church, hear the organ or watch a group of African drummers.
10am-5pm, Free, Tour
Small community museum housed in a 15th century Grade II listed building of ‘cruck’ timber construction.
10.15am, Free, Tour
Enjoy a guided tour followed by a swim (optional) in this historic pool.
Join us for a weekend ‘buzzing’ for all things bees and honey.
10.30am-12pm & 3pm-4.30pm, Walk
Join us for a guided walk through Austin Village, a model village built bey Herbert Austin for munitions works in WWI
Explore Birmingham’s public art and architectural heritage.
10.30am-3pm, Free, Online
A chance to visit St Mary’s Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, designed by Augustus Welby Pugin and a hidden Gothic Revival gem.
Quartermasters present their latest team member, a Pashley trike!
Visit to see historic Co-op vehicles, archive film, photographic exhibition and stalls.
2pm-4pm, Tour, Walk
Come and understand more about this amazing city in an informative and fun tour.
11.30am-1pm, 2pm-3.30pm, Tour
Join experts from the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society in a leisurely stroll around the village of Yardley.
Visit Blakesley Hall, a fine Tudor house and beautiful gardens built in 1590 by Richard Smalbroke, a member of one of Birmingham’s leading merchant families.
Visit this traditional Burmese (Myanmar) style Buddhist Peace Pagoda.
A chance to explore Aston Hall a magnificent 17th Century mansion situated in a picturesque public park.
A guided tour of the church of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri, Birmingham’s ‘Little Rome’.
Join us for a guided tour and talk about the life and times of local author Kathleen Dayus.