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Heritage Open Days 2007 – Book early!

Posted July 26th, 2007 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with No Comments

Heritage Open Days

We’ve already had a number of people contacting us to book their places on the two tours the trust is running. We’re opening Newman Brothers, which is emptying fast as volunteers and a team of professionals catalogue and store the contents, and Curzon Street Station. To book your place please follow this link.

Of course we’re not alone. For all the buildings open in the West Midlands please follow this link. The link to Birmingham buildings is here, and below is the full list of places you can visit.

* A Kings Norton Trail
* Aston Manor Transport Museum
* Back to Backs
* Birmingham Cathedral
* Birmingham Tours Bull Ring Walk
* Birmingham Tours Canal Walk
* Blakesley Hall
* Bull Street Quaker Meeting House
* Civic Sculpture in the City Centre Walk
* Curzon Street Station
* Department of Art
* Guided Walk – Moseley Hall & Village
* Guided Walk – The Lost Farms of Harborne
* Handsworth Old Town Hall
* John Hardman & Co (est 1838) Stained Glass Manufacturers
* Key Hill Cemetery
* Museum Collections Centre
* Museum Collections Centre
* Museum of the Jewellery Quarter – Walking Tours
* New Hall Water Mill
* Newman Brothers’ Coffin Fittings Factory
* Old Grammar School and The Saracen’s Head
* Pen Room Museum
* Selly Manor
* Singers Hill Synagogue
* Soho House Museum
* St Andrew’s Church
* St Chad’s Cathedral Guided Tour
* St John’s and St Peter’s Church with Ladywood Arc
* St Nicolas’s Church
* St Paul’s Church
* The Midlands International Buddhist Association (Birmingham Buddhist Maha Vihara)
* The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
* Warwickshire Masonic Temple

Have fun!

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