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Dunlewey House
134 Greenfield Road
Harborne
Birmingham
B17 0EG

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Tel : 0121 427 2555 / 07805115998

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Birmingham Tours specialises in providing friendly professional qualified guides for walking and driving tours of Birmingham to make your stay in the city an enjoyable unique experience. We also run the Big Brum Open Top Buz Sightseeing Tour on a seasonal basis. The bus, however, is available for private hire all the year round for weddings, school trips, corporate entertainment, themed tours to name but a few possiblities.

Chocolate, custard, cars, buttons, whistles and bangles to the best in the world for science, medicine, education and art – Birmingham has it all.

A live guided exciting adventure through the UK’s second city – the Brummagem tour takes you to the commercial heart of the city and includes the major buildings of architectural interest. Following the road to the unique Jewellery Quarter which really emphasises why Birmingham was known as the city of a thousand trades in Victorian times we then travel along Broad Street – the Golden Mile with the Golden Boys. Picking up the highway to Edgbaston – home to the manufacturers of the city and the international cricket ground we link up with the Tolkien trail and the world famous Cardinal Newman Oratory. Entering the city from the East side we get the full panoramic view of St Martin’s Parish Church and the new state of the art Bullring shopping complex with the iconic building of Selfridges.

Dates: The bus runs ONLY every Saturday and Sunday as a hop on, hop off tour by request from the end of April 2015 until the end of September 2015 except for the first Sunday of the month (May to October) when we will be operating as the MUSEUM HERITAGE BUS.

Tour times 10.30, 12.30 and 2.30

Meeting point: corner of Colmore Row and Waterloo Street, Victoria Square next to the Council House

Ticket prices: £15 adult plus Big Brum Buz book, £12 per adult,£10 concession, £8 students, £5 children (5 to 15 years), £20 family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children),

Tickets can be purchased on the bus, in person at the Central Library reception, online at www.birmingham-tours.co.uk or by phone through Oxboffice on 0845 6801926. For further information call Sue at Birmingham Tours on 0121 427 2555/078051 15998 or email enquiries@birmingham-tours.co.uk

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By Road

For the Big Brum Open Top Buz Sightseeing Tour - park at Livery Street, Snow Hill Station car park and walk to the end of Colmore Row for Victoria Square

By Public Transport

For the Big Brum Open Top Buz Sightseeing Tour - alight at the bus stops on Colmore Row next to St Philip's Cathedral and walk to the end of Colmore Row for Victoria Square

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