Birmingham Walks

Birmingham has 56 kilometres of canals (that’s more than Venice) and over 8,000 acres of parks and open space. This makes Birmingham one of the greenest cities in the UK. For over 250 years Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter has been at the heart of jewellery design, and still today produces an estimated 40% of all UK jewellery. And let’s not forget chocolate, with the suburb of Bournville still home to Cadbury’s. You can smell it in the air!

We will show you the best walks around this green city and its suburbs.

This route is a well-paved, easy walk. Visit the pockets of green and see kaleidoscopes of colourful flowers in the spring while seeing bits of history. Click here to populate this route...
This short 5km walking route will enchant you and quicken your excitement for Christmas! See twinkly lights and tall Christmas trees. Tickle your senses with the sights, sounds, and smells of Christmas...
A short walk along one of the most history-rich canals in the United Kingdom. The Stourbridge Canal’s construction was completed in 1779 by an engineer named Thomas Dadford in an effort to...
This fascinating 5km (3 mile) circular walk takes you around some of the Birmingham sights mentioned in the Peaky Blinders TV series, as well as giving you some of the real Peaky...
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...