Join us for a special evening edition of our much loved Birmingham Bingo walking tour.
Black Sabbath, Broad Street, Baskerville… and bingo!
Explore Brum at dusk in search of the amazing innovations, music, and culture the city has produced, all while ticking off some brilliant Birmingham Bs on your bingo card as you go. You’ll need to keep an ear out, and to keep your eyes peeled. The route takes in some beautiful Birmingham landmarks that look even better when illuminated at night.
We’ll start at the Roundhouse and head up the canal, passing through the ICC into Centenary Square. We’ll wander past Birmingham Library and as far as Chamberlain Square before heading back towards the Roundhouse along Broad Street.
The tour lasts around 2 hours and is 1.5 miles long.
Meeting Point: Check in at the Roundhouse Birmingham Visitor Centre, 15 minutes before the advertised tour start time.
Route: Exploring Birmingham’s canals, Centenary Square and Chamberlain Square before heading back via Broad Street.
Finishing Point: The Roundhouse Visitor Centre
Directions: View our "Getting here" page for detailed directions.
Duration: The tour lasts around 2 hours and is 1.5 miles long.
Suitable For: 15+, all under 18’s need to be accompanied by an adult.
Number of Steps? We’re thinking you’ll get in a decent amount of your daily steps, about 4,000.
Make sure to check in at our Visitor Centre at least 15 minutes before the start of your tour to make sure we can leave on time.
At the Roundhouse, our Victorian cobbles can be a little uneven and steep in places, and most Roundhouse Birmingham experiences will involve some walking. Sturdy, sensible shoes are your friend.
The route is designed with access in mind, avoiding stairs where possible. At one part of the tour, there are steps, but there is a lift to use. There are one or two slightly steep inclines around Brindley Place.
Your guide on the tour will use audio systems to ensure that they are audible in the busy city environment.
Headphones with a standard plug work with our audio system, so please do bring them along to use. If you don’t have them, we have disposables for you to use (although we like to limit using them, for obvious reasons).
The audio systems are compatible with hearing loops which are available on arrival. If your whole group needs to use the audio loop, please let us know so we can prepare.
Our guided tours and walks will go ahead whatever the weather so plan accordingly.
Venue: Roundhouse Birmingham
Directions: Please come to the Roundhouse Visitor Centre 15 minutes before the tour start time.