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Graffiti Art of Digbeth Walk

This fascinating walk shows you some of the amazing graffiti art around Digbeth in Birmingham. The walk starts and ends at Moor St train station (though pick it up wherever!), and is 4 km (3 miles) long. There are cafes and bars along the route to take a break, especially around the Custard Factory, and the Bullring shopping centre is always very close by. Continue reading “Graffiti Art of Digbeth Walk”

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Birmingham’s 8km Tourist Run – led by an England Athletics Run Leader

Walk Run Cycle Birmingham host this 5mile/8km run loop around central Birmingham where you will see all the main tourist sites. Held on a Saturday morning at 08:30am it starts from just outside the Council House entrance. It’s FREE to attend and your run guide is an England Athletics qualified Run Leader. It’s the perfect way for energetic visitors to see the highlights of Birmingham City Centre in a quick way – though we won’t go too fast or leave anyone behind! Expect the run to take around 1 hour at a gentle pace, so you can be back at your hotel in time for breakfast! The run will take you past the Council House, Colmore Business District, the Cathedral, Victorian shopping arcades, the Law Courts, Aston University, Millennium Point, Selfridges, the Bull Ring, New Street, Grand Central, the Mailbox, the canals, Brindley Place, Symphony Hall, and the new Library. Continue reading “Birmingham’s 8km Tourist Run – led by an England Athletics Run Leader”

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Birmingham 8km City Centre Run

 

A 5mile/8km run loop around central Birmingham to see all the main tourist sites.

It’s the perfect way for energetic visitors to see the highlights of Birmingham City Centre in a quick way! Expect the run to take around 1 hour at a gentle pace. The run will take you past the Council House, Colmore Business District, the Cathedral, Victorian shopping arcades, the Law Courts, Aston University, Millennium Point, Selfridges, the Bull Ring, New Street, Grand Central, the Mailbox, the canals, Brindley Place, Symphony Hall, and the new Library. Continue reading “Birmingham 8km City Centre Run”