Birmingham grew rapidly as a result of the industrial revolution, and there's still a lot of heavy industry in the city - but at its heart are some fabulous treasures to find. There's a charming 18th century cathedral, a resplendent 19th century Council House overlooking the vibrant Victoria Square, a Hall of Memory, an international convention centre, a vital jewellery quarter, and a Georgian Square named after the lofty church in its leafy middle. The list goes on, but let's finish by mentioning the canals, over 100 miles of them, restored and bustling with boats, people walking alongside, and people sitting and watching from the many restaurants and bars - it really is a city to explore and enjoy.
Take our fabulous walks of discovery, and have fun finding answers to clues which tell you more, whilst reading our stories about the most interesting facts.
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We're developing walks in new locations all the time.
Click on a booklet above, or see all our current locations on a map of the UK.