Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery will partially reopen on 28th April. This virtual tour shows how Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery looked in 2019 and not the present day.
When it reopens on 28th April only the Round Room, Industrial Gallery, Edwardian Tearooms, Bridge Gallery, Gallery 10 and shop will be open. These galleries will feature new exciting exhibitions and will look different to the virtual tour below, to find out more about the upcoming displays see the What's On page for details.
Take a tour inside Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
These four tours show you all the art and history galleries.
View on our website, or follow the links provided.
The Round Room, Industrial Gallery and Edwardian Tearooms
These areas of the museum and art gallery date to 1885 when the building opened.
Staying on the same floor, you are now in the extension, opened in 1919. Take a walk through 700 years of art, as the galleries take you from the 14th to 20th century.
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Staffordshire Hoard Gallery
The Staffordshire Hoard gallery tells the story of the Staffordshire Hoard, the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found.
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Take a walk through Birmingham History in the 'Birmingham: its people, its history' gallery, which covers the majority of the 3rd floor.
You can also see art and objects spanning seven centuries of European and World history and culture. This includes the Greeks & Romans and Ancient Egypt galleries.
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The virtual tours were produced in partnership with Birmingham based reality capture company Scan Tech Digital.