Discovering Birmingham•Stunning photography and easy read text•Great value momento of the city•City centre map and key ‘experiences’•£5; 44 pages; paperback•Great corporate gift for large numbers: conference bags, school exchanges etc•Purchase options here……
Positively Birmingham•Best selling book of the modern city - 5th edition.•192 pages, hardback, 300 photos.•Ideal for corporate gifts.•RRP £20 with bulk purchase discounts•Purchase options here……
J Hudson Acme Thunderer•Perhaps the most famous Birmingham ‘toy’ produced in today’s Jewellery Quarter•Available in a range of finishes and packed in cartons or a presentation box•Purchase options here….Sometimes available at special prices at the end of our tours
Books & Gifts Available for Personal and Corporate Purchase
Weekend tours are go…..Weekend public tours have restarted - book here….•Saturdays - 13.30-15.30. From canals and Victorians to today’s city. •Sundays - 13.30 - 15.30. Discovering Birmingham.Note: Pre-booking essential at present.Private tours summer 2020•Special rates this summer - from £100 for up to 5 people on a date and time you request - enquire:email@example.com
•Explore Birmingham on our virtual/self guided walking tours. •Small charge which goes to Sifa Fireside
Self-guided and Virtual Tours
Live guided toursYou book a tour a date and time of your choice and one of our experienced guides meets you for a great tour - full Covid-19 precatutions are in place including using one of our live audio sets so that the group can have plenty of space.
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Birmingham and the Slave Trade
•On tour we discuss our roles in the Atlantic triangular trade.•See our latest blog - HERE
‘Birmingham city centre walks for local people and visitors’
Live audio for social distancing and more!•Each guest has an audio unit to hear the guide.•Enables us all to keep 2 metres minimum apart and much more if you want!•Facemasks - we follow up to date guidelines.
First tour since lockdown!
Our first Saturday tour since lockdown on 18th July was hosted by Jonathan Berg. Guests included Anthony from Shrewsbury and Philipp, the pilot of that morning’s Lufthansa flight from Frankfurt along with mum Eva. With one flight into BHX (57 passengers) and not returning until Sunday afternoon. This unusual overnight stay gave an excellent opportunity to get to know Birmingham from the ground.