This time next year, Birmingham will be full of visitors and sport fans from all over the world who have come to the city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, where we have the biggest ever sports programme in Commonwealth Games history, with 286 sessions across 11 days of live sport.
Hidden deep within the staffing structure of Birmingham Museum Trust are a crack team of archaeological finds specialists called Finds Liaison Officers.
The 23rd of June is ‘International Women in Engineering Day’ with the poignant theme of ‘Engineering heroes’.
The Whitworth Wallis Trust funds an annual fellowship with Birmingham Museums Trust, in partnership with Birmingham City University’s School of Art.
BMT exists to care for and display the City’s collections on behalf of all of Birmingham’s citizens.
For over 15 years Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery has hosted our annual Buddha Day event, always an incredibly special day for us and the local Buddhist community.
Last year you may have joined in with our very first ‘Big Brum BioBlitz’ and had fun observing nature in your gardens or local area.
We are thrilled to announce the return of our Jeweller in Residence Scheme, in partnership with Birmingham City University.