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Last stop this year for the Birmingham History Bus

Posted September 30th, 2010 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with 1 Comment

The last outing this year for Birmingham’s enchanting history bus:  From the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Website..

3rd October 2010 – 3rd October 2010

Travel through time on our free History Bus around some of Birmingham’s finest heritage sites.

Please note that this is your last chance to use the History Bus this year.

A free History Bus service will run on the first Sunday of every month beginning on May 2nd and continuing until 3rd October.

It will call at Aston Hall, Aston Manor Transport Museum, Soho House, the Pen Room, Sarehole Mill and Blakesley Hall. There is a small charge for admission to the Aston Manor Transport Museum, all other museums do not have entrance fees. Hop on and off to visit the museums you want to see without having to worry about taking the car or paying for the bus!

The History Bus will start from Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery at 11.30am and then at every hour until 3.30pm

It’s a great trip.

One Response to “Last stop this year for the Birmingham History Bus”

  1. Mrs Kathleen Davis October 4, 2010

    Just to say how much my family and friends have enjoyed our two outings on the History Bus this year. Judging by the queue in Edmund Street it has been very popular. Please run it next year. The drivers and couriers were most pleasant and helpful.


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