A guided walk introducing the scenery that inspired J.R.R Tolkien when he lived near Sarehole Mill as a child. The tour begins at the Mill and takes us to Moseley Bog, passing Tolkien’s childhood home.
The route is around 2 miles in length, involves steps and a boardwalk that could be slippery when wet. Good walking shoes are recommended. Not accessible to wheelchairs or pushchairs.
Worked up an appetite? Book a table at the pizza in the courtyard for lunch following the walk!
This event also takes place on 6th March and 20th March.
Birmingham Museums Trust is a registered charity and money raised through events like this help us care for our collections and venues. We thank you for your support.