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    History experts at Warwick Castle have developed a range of free resources to support families across the UK with fun and educational activities.

    From printable colouring sheets, word searches and quizzes to videos that explain key periods in the…

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    See Inside Aston Hall without having to be there, using these 360° interactive photos.

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    During this time of self-isolation, social distancing and home schooling we’re all in need of ideas for creative activities and ways to stay connected with arts and culture. So, our team at Wolverhampton Art Gallery has prepared some online…

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    Take a look inside the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter without having to be there, by using 360° interactive photos.

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    Your place, Birmingham

    Birmingham

    Whilst the doors to the nine Birmingham Museums Trust venues across the city are closed, there are ways to keep in touch and engaged online with virtual tours, an extensive image database, spotlight videos, and more, as the team bring the museums to…

  6. Add Sights of Wonder: Photographs from the 1862 Royal Tour to your Itinerary

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    The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, West Midlands, B15 2TS

    Birmingham

    Pyramids, sphinxes, temples and shrines: breathtaking views of these ancient and often iconic landmarks, captured by pioneering Victorian photographer Francis Bedford, feature in the Barber's first ever online-only exhibition, Sights of Wonder.

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    See Inside Blakesley Hall without having to be there, using these 360° interactive photos.

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    Feel the bustle and excitement of Britain’s canal capital as you take a virtual tour around the arteries of the industrial revolution.

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    Come with us and do a great walking tour of Birmingham city centre today without breaking those Coronavirus social distancing regulations!

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    Book Self-Guided and Virtual Walking Tour - Birmingham's Central Squares Online (opens in a new window)

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    Birmingham

    Birmingham

    Aston Villa Football Club is one of the most historic venues in English football. 

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    Places for People and Urban Splash have made home-from-home virtual viewings a reality, rolling out a virtual desktop experience for customers interested in homes at Port Loop in Birmingham.

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    Book Port Loop Virtual viewings Online (opens in a new window)

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    A new artwork which celebrates Birmingham and its people has been revealed by satirical collage artist Christopher Spencer, aka Cold War Steve, and Birmingham Museums Trust.

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    Book Cold War Steve - Benny’s Babbies Online (opens in a new window)

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    Enjoy a virtual walking tour of Centenary Square and Birmingham's beautiful canals.

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    Book Centenary Square and Birmingham Canals Virtual Walking Tour Online (opens in a new window)

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    Wolverhampton City Archives’ new exhibition ‘Who Lived in a House like this? 300 Years of the Molineux Hotel Building’ celebrates 300 years since the original part of the building was built.

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