Experience the pure magic of visiting Warner Bros. Studio Tour London with this excellent full-day tour that includes return transportation from Birmingham. Departing from either New Street or the Coach Station, you will arrive at the studios at approximately 12:30 noon and enjoy your visit for 4 hours.
• 9 hours
With well over 1000 British motorcycles and 161 manufacturer’s marks within the collection, and approximately 850 machines on display at any one time, this is the largest collection of British motorcycles in the world.From the 1898 Beeston Humber Tricycle 400cc up to the modern day 2016 Triumph T120.All the museums exhibited machines are fully restored to pristine condition to reflect the machine originality as seen at the end of the production line, and exhibited on one level, allowing excellent access for all.
• 9 hours
Be transported into an amazing underwater world at SEA LIFE Birmingham! Dive in at Penguin Ice Adventure and marvel at the cheeky antics of our Gentoo penguins, before meeting a crab or starfish at our Interactive Rockpool. Discover the majestic jellyfish, take a peek at our Asian short-clawed otters and experience the 4D Cinema before venturing into the depths of the rainforest to encounter deadly piranhas and poison dart frogs.
• 2 hours
Enjoy a fully guided tour of Peaky Blinders Filming Locations on this small-group full-day tour from central Liverpool. The tour features informative commentary from your guide as you visit locations in Liverpool, then head out of the city to the location used as Tommy's country home. On the tour you'll see Ada's home, Watery Lane, the location of Field Marshall Russell's attempted letterbox assassination and much more. Your tour will end back in central Liverpool.
• 8 hours
Enjoy a four hour fully guided tour of Peaky Blinders filming locations in Liverpool with your own expert guide and driver. Picked up from central Liverpool you will be whisked off on a grand tour of locations around the Merseyside capital visiting the homes of many of the main characters from the show. You'll also get to see the scenes from key storylines and picture perfect locations such as Port Sunlight, the waterway museum and panoramic views of Liverpool across the River Mersey.
• 4 hours
Discovering Birmingham - Positively Birmingham Tour No. 3Understand how Birmingham developed and see that many of today’s ways of working have deep roots in our past. A real investigation into today's city in the context of the history of this centre of the industrial revolution now facing up to the future in a determined way. In particular we explore: • Earlier times – medieval origins • From Georgian entrepreneurs to Victorian idealists • Jewellery Quarter • Canal city • An artistic side • Today's city developing for the future.Content is loosely based on the new tourist guide Discovering Birmingham.This 1 3/4 hour walking tour gives a great introduction to the city and will be of interest equally to local people and visitors alike.Tours start/finish: Library of Birmingham front entrance
• 1.75 hours
Museum and Art Gallery, St Philip’s Square, the Bullring & St Martins, Grand Central and plenty of surprises.Our walk takes us to some of the city’s most historic buildings. We appreciate English Baroque, Victorian Gothic, Brutalist 1960s and present-day architectural styles. We gain an understanding of the city’s origins, and hear what is around the corner in this city of continuous change.
• 1.75 hours
Find out more about Birmingham with a walking tour starting and ending at the Library of Birmingham in Centenary Square. We look at the canals, Birmingham’s industrial Georgian pioneers our Victorian heritage and the more recent architecture that is all around us. Current redevelopments taking place right in front of our eyes are explained and the directions that the city is taking into the future considered. The tour is based loosely on the book Positively Birmingham, currently available at the special price of £12 in the Library shop (normally £20) at tour end.Starting and ending at the Library of Birmingham in Centenary Square this 1 3/4 hour walking tour gives a great introduction to the city and is of interest to local people and visitors alike. We support Sifa Fireside who work on acute and longer term homeless issues in Birmingham with at least 10% of all ticket sales going to their work. Donations are clearly stated on our website.
• 1.75 hours
We meet at the main entrance of the Library of Birmingham and introduce the city to our visitors. Included is a brief history and a feel for today's city. We will look at the brand new Centenary Square and the city centre canals. You will get plenty of ideas for things to see and do. The tour includes a FREE copy of the guide book Discovering Birmingham (with a city centre map linked to places to visit). There will be time to ask questions and overall this is a great way to start your day in Birmingham.
• 45 minutes
Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is home to a unique collection of animals from across the world, including Red Pandas, lemurs, reptiles, meerkats, otters, birds, wallabies and a large collection of monkeys.Some of our animals are endangered in the wild and we play an important role their species’ conservation By participating in endangered species breeding programmes. You can help us by sponsoring an animal.
• 1 day