In celebration of Birmingham Heritage Week and the 25th anniversary of Heritage Open Days we are delighted to host a special photography walk, to celebrate the beauty of Birmingham’s architecture.

Event highlights include a visit to Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and an opportunity to capture the unique beauty of cityscapes and landmark buildings this beautiful city has to offer. Our hosts will provide you with an opportunity to meet other photography enthusiasts and to enjoy the walk in a relaxed environment.

Please join us from 1:30pm to 3:30pm, Saturday 14 September 2019. The walk will start at the Museum entrance in Chamberlain Square and finish at the Edwardian Tea Rooms. There will be time afterwards to take an independent tour of the Museum collection. Please bring your camera or mobile phone.

Please book your free ticket via Eventbrite. Booking closes 10pm Friday 13 September 2019.

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Children under 18 and vulnerable adults must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Due to the nature and pace of the walk externally and internally, this may not be suitable for disabled persons. However, all areas are accessible to disabled visitors within the Museum, and car parks with disabled access are close by. Please check the Museum web page for further details.

Reclaim Photography Festival, West Midlands, UK, in addition to our partners, sponsors, supporters, venues, volunteers and charity does not accept any liability for damage, injury, or loss resulting from any of our events.

Reclaim Photography Festival is a community arts project which offers an annual programme of collaborations, events and exhibitions, aimed at promoting the best in art photography, through inclusive projects free of cost. We encourage participation from young people and those most disadvantaged. We are committed to encouraging participation and to providing professional, volunteer and work experience opportunities, and to developing partnerships with community and student groups. We continue to show artwork from regional, UK and international photographers and exhibit these across regional public spaces and galleries. Please contact us at to find out how you can participate and support our future festivals. Image © Max Watts & logos © Birmingham Heritage Week and Heritage Open Days. All rights reserved.

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