Our venues


Photo bmag

World class museum in the heart of Birmingham city centre.

Chamberlain Square

Birmingham, B3 3DH

0121 348 8038

Photo thinktank

Award-winning science museum for fun-packed family days out.

Millennium Point, Curzon Street

Birmingham, B4 7XG

0121 348 8000

Photo aston

Explore the splendour of one of the last great houses built in the Jacobean style.

Trinity Road, Aston

Birmingham, B6 6JD

0121 348 8100

Photo blakesley

Discover a fine Tudor house and beautiful gardens just a few miles from the heart of the city.

Blakesley Road

Birmingham, B25 8RN

0121 348 8120

Photo jewellery

A perfectly preserved workshop in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.

75-80 Vyse Street

Birmingham, B18 6HA

0121 348 8140

Photo sarehole

A 250 year old working watermill famous for its association with author J.R.R Tolkien.

Cole Bank Road

Birmingham, B13 0BD

0121 348 8160

Photo soho

Georgian home of the Birmingham industrialist, Matthew Boulton.

Soho Avenue (off Soho Road)

Birmingham, B18 5LB

0121 348 8150

Photo weoley

The ruins of an exquisite fortified manor house built 750 years ago.

Alwold Road

Birmingham, B29

0121 348 8160

8 Sep 2016

Birmingham Heritage Week has begun

Birmingham’s exciting culture and heritage is set to be celebrated over the next 10 days, following a launch event for Birmingham Heritage Week at Curzon Street Station.

The event hosted at the Grade I listed building, on Wednesday 7th September, officially kicked off the week (8th – 18th September) of over 200 events which will showcase Birmingham’s historic buildings, culture, history and people.

Visitors are encouraged to learn something new about Birmingham at the events taking place at city sites which include Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Aston Hall, Blakesley Hall, Sarehole Mill, Soho House, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter and Weoley Castle Ruins.

Attendees heard from Professor Carl Chinn, who gave a lively talk about why it is important to keep Birmingham’s rich history alive and remember the men and women who made the city what it is today.

He was joined by other speakers including, Cllr Waseem Zaffar, Chair of Birmingham Heritage Week, the Lord Mayor of Birmingham and Professor Ian Grosvenor of University of Birmingham. Birmingham Museums Trust has taken a leading role on the project this year and Alex Nicholson-Evans, Commercial Director at the Trust, also spoke about the vast array of events on offer.

Birmingham’s past and present were represented during the evening as guests were entertained by a spoken word poetry performance by Casey Bailey from Beatfreeks, which showed how young people are influencing the city’s culture today. Attendees also had their photos taken with Peckett No.1, a locomotive owned by the city and cared for by Vintage Trains at Tyseley Locomotive Works, which will be hosting the ‘Flying Scotsman’ during Birmingham Heritage Week.

For full details about Birmingham Heritage Week and all of the events please visit birminghamheritageweek.co.uk . Or find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BHeritageWeek and use the #BHeritageWeek hashtag to show how you are celebrating.