Digbeth Graffiti Art Walk

This fascinating walk shows you some of the amazing graffiti art around Digbeth in Birmingham. The walk starts and ends at Moor St train station (though pick it up wherever!), and is 4 km (3 miles) long. There are cafes and bars along the route to take a break, especially around the Custard Factory, and the Bullring shopping centre is always very close by.

City Centre Walk

This 4km (3 mile) circular walk takes you to all the must see places in Birmingham City Centre – don’t leave Birmingham without doing this walk. And remember to leave a Virtual LoveLock when you are on the bridge by The Cube at the back of The Mailbox!

Jewellery Quarter Walk

A beautiful 4.5km (3 mile) circular walk around the historic Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham, parts of which date back 250 years. This is a designated conservation area, and has over 500 jewellery businesses operating here today, producing an estimated 40% of all jewellery made in the UK.

Edgbaston Walk

This beautiful 10km (6.5mile) circular walk takes you along the leafy roads of Edgbaston and the historic Calthorpe Estate, along canal towpaths, past beautiful red brick buildings at the University, Michelin star dining and even country style pubs just a stone throw from the city centre!

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Run Birmingham
Weekly 8km City Centre Tourist Run
1.5km Day or Night Run Loop
3km Day or Night Run Loop

Cycle Birmingham

Edgbaston, Harborne & University Cycle

A circular cycle route of 15km (9 miles) along good quality canal towpaths, a well surfaced disused railway line and quiet green roads – you will see Edgbaston Reservoir Nature Reserve, the popular suburb of Harborne, the lovely original red-brick buildings at the University of Birmingham and parts of leafy Edgbaston. You can also link this route with the Moseley and Cannon Hill Park cycle route.

Bournville and the Rea Valley Cycle

A delightful circular cycle route of 21km (13 miles) along good quality canal towpaths, quiet green roads and pathways through parks, much of it along National Cycle Route 5 – you will see some of Birmingham’s canal network, smell chocolate in the air at Bournville (the home of Cadbury’s Dairy Milk), the Rea Valley Cycle Route and Cannon Hill Park.