There’s good news for a local museum.
From wartime classrooms to building your own glider, the RAF Museum at Cosford has plenty going on during the summer holidays.
There’ll be plenty to eat and drink at the end of the month at RAF Cosford
2013 Festival of Archaeology encourages public to get ‘hands on with history’
Residents and holidaymakers across the West Midlands can get hands on with history this July by taking part in around 30 free activities taking place in the region
The worlds of heritage and art are coming together in Coventry this summer for a unique series of open days at the award-winning Electric Railway Museum.
You can try the Ironbridge Gorge museums.
Rail enthusiasts in Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond are gearing up for a treat in May, as award-winning Electric Railway Museum opens for the first time this year
Wolverhampton Art Gallery will be hosting its second handmade and vintage wedding fayre on Saturday 16 March, 11am to 4pm.
Alan Clawley believes Birmingham doesn’t capitalise on its historic assets and suggests a better way to make more of them.
And that’s not all. Lovers of cult sci-fi will be heading to Cosford next month.
Museum’s volunteering programme has been recognised as a leader in its field.
Alan Clawley is confused by the actions of Birmingham City Council and its elected officers.
So what exactly is the point of merging the Millennium Point Trust and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery as announced this week?
Birmingham blogger Andy Mabbett is in search of a piece of Victorian ironwork that once served as a urinal the city.
Examples of Leonardo da Vinci’s work will be on show in Birmingham next year.
The city council have announced how England’s patron saint will be commemorated.
The Science Museum has just opened its ‘newest’ exhibit – a re-creation of James Watt’s Soho workshop with all its contents as found in 1924. Sadly it isn’t in Birmingham’
Visitors to some of Birmingham’s most popular attractions will have to pay from next month.
Birmingham’s museums will soon be opening up again after their winter break..
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