Bromsgrove

Properties and events in Bromsgrove

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Celebrating 150 Years

All Saints Church, Burcot Lane, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 1AD
In person
Pre-booking not required

A collection of All Saints memorabilia and a chance to enjoy the stained glass and the work of The Bromsgrove Guild.

Have-A-Go-History at Avoncroft Museum

Redditch Road, Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 4JR
In person
Pre-booking not required

Avoncroft Museum of Buildings welcomes you to explore the past, present and future by getting 'hands-on' with history! See, feel, hear, smell and even taste the lives of ordinary people from the past at this FREE weekend event.

Norton Collection Museum

26, Birmingham Road, Norton Collection Museum, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B61 0DD
In person
Pre-booking not required

One man's lifetime collection of artifacts and history of Bromsgrove and the surrounding area

St Laurence and The Ark, Alvechurch

St. Laurence Church, The Ark, School Lane, Alvechurch, Birmingham, Worcestershire, B48 7SB
In person
Pre-booking not required

We welcome you to our Grade II listed church, designed in part by William Butterfield, within one of Worcestershire's largest enclosed churchyards. Activities and entertainment from 1000-1600, tours/self-guided tours of our church and churchyard.

St Michael & All Angels Church, Stoke Prior Bromsgrove

Hanbury Road, Stoke Prior, 32 Redditch Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 4Jt
In person
Pre-booking not required

The Heritage Friends Group will be exhibiting local Themes, Networks & Connections within and through the parish with connections to local, historic industries.

Tardebigge Wharf Guided Local History Walk

Church Lane, Tardebigge, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 3AH
In person
Pre-booking not required

As previous years we invite you to come along for a guided walk around the top lock section of the Tardebigge flight. This year's theme, Routes - Networks - Connections, allows us to complete the local picture by describing how goods from around the world pass through to Birmingham.