‘Brummie Boffins’ tour
Join this tour of Key Hill Cemetery to learn about scientists, industrialists and inventors who revolutionised the city and beyond.
2019 is a special year for scientific endeavour. It marks 200 years since the death of inventor James Watt and 50 years since the first Moon landing. To celebrate we have created a tour of Key Hill about science and industry. Key Hill, the first non-conformist cemetery in Birmingham is the last resting place of scientists, industrialists and inventors who revolutionised the city and beyond.
Date & Time
Thursday 19 Sept | 12.30pm – 2pm
Key Hill Cemetery, Icknield Street, Jewellery Quarter, B18 5AH
£5 per person or £8 with a JQRT pin badge
Booking required, book here
Due to uneven surfaces, parts of the cemetery are not wheelchair accessible