Birmingham Bingo Evening Walking Tour
Black Sabbath, Broad Street, Baskerville… and bingo!
Explore Brum at dusk in search of the amazing innovations, music, and culture the city has produced, all while ticking off some brilliant Birmingham B’s on your bingo card as you go. You’ll need to keep an ear out, and to keep your eyes peeled. The route takes in some beautiful Birmingham landmarks that look even better when illuminated at night.
We’ll start at the Roundhouse and head up the canal, passing through the ICC into Centenary Square. Wandering past Birmingham Library and as far as Chamberlain Square before heading back towards the Roundhouse along Broad Street.
Duration: Around 2 hours
Suitable For: 15+, all under 18’s need to be accompanied by an adult.
Distance: Around 2.5km, or around 4000 steps!
There is no on-site parking at the Roundhouse. The nearest car park is Arena Birmingham on Sheepcote Street, or there is some on-street parking in the streets around the building.
Organised by Roundhouse Birmingham
Date & TimeWed 13 Sept | 6.30pm–8.30pm
Satu 16 Sept | 6.30pm–8.30pm
Start and end at Roundhouse Birmingham, The Roundhouse, 1 Sheepcote St, B16 8AE
£14 / £10 concessions / £8 for people in B16 postcode
AccessThe route is designed with access in mind, avoiding stairs where possible. There are some steep sloped sections by the Utilita Arena.
Roundhouse Birmingham is accessible to wheelchair users. Please be aware that the Roundhouse is built on a slope and is laid to cobbles, it is therefore uneven under foot. However, there is a clear route designed to be accessible for wheelchair users, pushchairs and visitors with restricted mobility.
Step-free access into the building is via the main Visitor Centre entrance.
Accessible toilets are available in the main public toilets next to the Visitor Centre.
Guide dogs and hearing dogs are very welcome. You can keep them with you in all spaces at the Roundhouse, and they’re also welcome on all our tours.
Roundhouse Birmingham is equipped with an induction hearing loop in the Visitor Centre. You will need to switch your hearing aid to the T position to make use of this system. We can also make sure that your tour guide has a portable microphone which is hearing loop enabled.
Please get in touch with us in advance of your tour so we can discuss your individual requirements and ensure you have the best tour experience possible.