Chamberlain Square to Bull Ring; in the footsteps of Sir Edward Burne-Jones
Conducted by local author and photographer Jonathan Berg this walk takes includes some of the city’s most historic areas. We gain an understanding of the city’s origins as well as the way it is currently redeveloping itself for the future.
Included on the walk are the Museum & Art Gallery, St Philip’s Square, the Bull Ring & St Martins and Grand Central along with plenty of surprises. We have an emphasis on understanding the public artworks all around us and hear of the exploits of Sir Edward Burne-Jones. Birmingham’s most famous Victorian painter who, during his colourful life, observed Birmingham put huge efforts into improving itself.
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 walk is organised by Positively Birmingham who support Sifa Fireside, a Birmingham based charity providing support and services to homeless adults in Birmingham.
Date & Time
Wednesday 18 Sept 2019 | 1.30pm – 3.15pm
Walk starts on the Museum & Art Gallery steps in Chamberlain Square and ends back at the Museum by the Edwardian Tea Rooms.
Adults – £10, Children (6-16 years) – £5
Booking required. Book here
A modified version of this walk can be provided if guests have access issues.