Hall of Memory
The Hall of Memory opened in 1925 and stands as a memorial to the men and women of Birmingham who gave their lives in the First World War, the Second World War and in active service since 1945.
The Hall of Memory was built in white Portland Stone and is surrounded by large, seated bronze figures sculpted by Albert Toft, representing the services (Army, Navy, Air Force and Women’s Services). Inside, resting on a large marble tomb is a bronze casket displaying the Roll of Honour. Steps lead up to it, and the books can be viewed up close. High up the walls, there are three sculpted panels by William Bloye showing soldiers joining up, in the firing line and returning wounded.
The doors to the Hall of Memory will be open from 10am-4pm. Information sheets available.
The Hall of Memory is currently not wheelchair accessible.
Organised by Birmingham City Council
Date & TimeFri 8 Sept | 10am-4pm
Sat 9 Sept | 10am-4pm
Thurs 14 Sept | 10am-4pm
Fri 15 Sept | 10am-4pm
Sat 16 Sept | 10am-4pm
Hall of Memory, Broad Street, Centenary Square, B1 2HF
BookingBooking not required
AccessThe Hall of Memory is currently not wheelchair accessible.