Discover Stirchley Baths
Stirchley Baths was opened for swimming & bathing in 1911 and closed in 1986. Explore the building & how the community saved it. It is a Grade 2 Listed building which was saved by community action and reopened in 2015 as a community centre. This is an opportunity to take a look around this much loved building and view images of by-gone Stirchley.
Learn how people bathed and washed clothes before they had bathrooms. Do you know how much it cost to go swimming in 1911 and how much staff earned? You will discover this and so much more. Also explore how the community saved the building. How would you have gone about it?
Date & Time
Saturday 21 Sept | 10am – 12.30pm
Stirchley, Stirchley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B30 2JT
Booking not required
There are two accessible parking spaces. Access to the main entrance is via three external stone steps. There are handrails either side. Once inside the building there are another two steps up into the reception area. There is an alternative ground level entrance through the cafe. You can access this either from the car park, or by continuing up Bournville Lane (left if you are facing the front entrance).
For further details about access at Stirchley Baths please click here