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Birmingham Heritage: A Celebration of John Ruskin FREE
2019 is the bicentenary of the visionary art critic, writer, artist and social reformer John Ruskin. To mark this landmark year, numerous organisations in the UK and internationally are presenting Ruskin exhibitions, displays, conferences.
The Chamberlain Highbury Trust is delighted to celebrate the legacy of Ruskin and will open Highbury’s doors as part of Heritage Open Days – England’s largest and festival of history and culture. The event is taking place on the 15th September from 11am until 4pm.
The event will include: interactive workshops, Ruskin exhibition, film shows, beekeeping demonstrations, historic bike display, guided tours...
AND MORE! Family friendly. Refreshments available. Car parking available at Uffculme School on Yew Tree Road
Guided Tours of the House: 11.30, 13.00 and 14.30
Guided Walks of the Grounds: 11.30: Revealing the Historic Landscape ( Eastern Circuit) 13.00: An Insight into the Historic Highbury Fruit Tree Pergola 14.00: Revealing the Historic Landscape ( Western Circuit) 15.00: An Insight into the Historic Highbury Fruit Tree Pergola