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Historical Sites Around Brum

  1. Archway of Tears, Dudley (disused)
  2. Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Stratford-upon-Avon
  3. Aston Hall on Trinity Road
  4. Baddesley Clinton, National Trust in Warwickshire
  5. Back to Backs, National Trust on Hurst Street
  6. Bells Farm House in Druids Heath
  7. Birmingham Cathedral (St. Philip's)
  8. Birmingham Oratory in Edgbaston
  9. Blakesley Hall in Yardley
  10. Bourneville Carillon
  11. Canal tours from Sherbourne Wharf, Brindleyplace or Dudley
  12. Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens
  13. Curzon Street Railway Station (disused)
  14. St Edburgha’s Church in Yardley
  15. St Giles’s Church in Sheldon.
  16. Great Barr Hall in Walsall (disused)
  17. Handsworth Old Town Hall on Slack Lane
  18. Highbury Hall in Moseley
  19. Kenilworth Castle, English Heritage
  20. St Laurence’s Church in Northfield
  21. St. Martin in the Bull Ring
  22. Mary Arden's Farm, Stratford-upon-Avon
  23. St Mary's Convent in Handsworth
  24. St Mary’s Guildhall in Coventry
  25. Methodist Central Hall (disused)
  26. Moseley Dovecote, Moseley
  27. Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath
  28. Moseley Old Hall, Wolverhampton
  29. New Hall Mill in Sutton Coldfield
  30. Saint Nicolas Place, Kings Norton
  31. St. Paul's Church in the Jewellery Quarter
  32. Peace Gardens in Holloway Head
  33. Perrott's Folly in Edgbaston
  34. Sarehole Mill in Hall Green
  35. Shakespeare Express to Stratford-upon-Avon
  36. Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon
  37. Soho House in Handsworth
  38. Temple Balsall in Solihull
  39. Warwick Castle, Warwick (Heritage Weekend in Sept)
  40. Weoley Castle, Bartley Green
  41. West Bromwich Manor House
  42. West Bromwich Oak House
  43. Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton

Disclaimer: Brumwear Limited is not responsible for the accuracy of any information on this site, and apologies for any errors or inconsistencies.
Birmingham Lunar Society

Birmingham came into being in 1166 when Lord of the Manor Peter de Birmingham was given a royal charter to hold a weekly market here.

The Birmingham Enlightenment transformed England and led to the industrial revolution.

The Lunar Society originated here in 1775, and continues to host meetings to stimulate ideas and broaden debate.

Bill Dargue provides historical informaton about the City's sites.

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