We're busy finalising our plans for Birmingham Heritage Week from 10th – 17th September 2015.

From exhibitions and concerts to trails and talks, Birmingham’s first Heritage Week offers visitors and participants a fascinating insight into the diversity of the city’s culture.

Birmingham Heritage Week takes place throughout the city between 10- 17 September with a programme of events and activities that give everyone the chance to celebrate the city’s diverse heritage in an entertaining and enlightening way.

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces Events

Thursday 10 September:
Christopher Wray Lighting Works Tours

Saturday 12 September:
Big Brum (Council House Clock Tower) Tours
Curzon Street Station Open Day
Birmingham Municipal Bank Open Day
Birmingham Museum Collections Centre Open Day

Sunday 13 September:
Severn Street Masonic Hall Tours
Electric Cinema Behind the Scenes Tours
Perrott's Folly Tours

Plus more events to be announced shortly.
Please check back soon for full event details and booking information.

Contact: arts.team@birmingham.gov.uk , or call 0121 303 2434 or visit www.Birminghamculture.org for further details about Heritage Week.