With a guided coach or walking tour you can discover so much about Birmingham's past. Once known as the city of a 1,000 trades, visit the Jewellery Quarter including the Jewellery Quarter Museum and Pen Museum and explore Bournville, the home of Cadbury's chocolate, where you can have a short stop. Discover the links to Lord of the Rings author Tolkien and find out where he grew up and what influenced him. Find out more about its industrial heritage, following in the footsteps of industrialist Matthew Bolton and others.
On a walking tour, visit the Birmingham Art Gallery and Museum which currently houses part of the Staffordshire Hoard. Discover its industrial heritage including the eight canals that meet in the city and visit St Philips Cathedral which is surrounded by a fine collection of Victorian buildings and is one of the thre cathedrals of the city. Come sightseeing in Birmingham and be amazed!
New, is the trail of its musical heritage, with over 100 artists and groups originating from here. For example Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Led Zeppelin, Duran Duran, The Move, The Moody Blues, Magnum and many others. A specific tour is available to explore the musical links via either walking or a guided coach tour. Find out how Birmingham has shaped music across the World over the last four decades, rock in the second city! Roger attended many of the concerts held in the city from the early 1970's, so his personal memories will be part of the tour.
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