Centenary Square and Canals’; Virtual walking tour of Birmingham
Following the success of the first virtual walking tour of the city – ‘Central Squares’, this new tour moves us on through the city. ‘Centenary Square and canals’ looks at a key city space and how it has changed over the years. It then moves on through the International Convention Centre to the canals and Gas Street Basin. The history, present day and future direction of travel of Birmingham are all considered during the tour.
The virtual tours are for everyone interested in exploring Birmingham. You can undertake them from the comfort of your own home anywhere in the world. They are also designed as self-guided tours taking you on a real walk round the city if you are in Birmingham and unable to join a ‘live’ tour. There are two versions of the tour available – a low resolution one for use on your phone and a HD version that plays well on a big screen in your large screen!
At tour end there are links to lots of useful downloadable information which is especially useful for students studying Birmingham. This is the second virtual tour to be published with another two in development.