Solihull Things to Do

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    Tourist Information Centre

    by grayfo Written Jun 15, 2011

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    The Solihull Tourist Information and Booking Office is located in the Central Library Foyer and can help you with everything from finding a hotel to advising on shopping, leisure or just about any other queries about the town or region. . The Tourist Office also offers a range of maps and guided books, local and national travel information, what’s on at Solihull Arts Complex and the usual postcards, gift ideas, regional specialities and local arts and crafts.

    Monday to Friday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
    Saturday: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

    email tourism@solihull.gov.uk

    June 2011

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    St Alphege Parish Church

    by grayfo Written Jun 15, 2011

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    Building St Alphege’s Parish Church began around 1277 but was not completed for over 250 years in 1535 and is now a medieval Grade I listed church. Saint Alphege was born in 954 and was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1006 to 1012. Alphege entered the important Benedictine priory at Deerhurst near Tewkesbury and became Abbot of Bath in 973.

    email office@solihullparish.org.uk

    June 2011

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    • Religious Travel
    • Historical Travel
    • Architecture

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    Lest We Forget

    by grayfo Updated Jun 15, 2011

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    War Memorial

    The Solihull war memorial is a cross and below it the shaft is a monolith, octagonal in form. At the base is a octagonal plynth atop six steps. The upper inscription reads “In eternal remembrance of those who gave their lives in the world war 1939-45 and in te Korean War 1950-53. The lower inscription is similar but is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the Great war 1914-18.

    June 2011

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    The Motorcycle Musuem

    by kayleigh06 Updated Apr 10, 2007

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    The National Motorcycle Museum is recognised as the finest and largest motorcycle museum in the world. It has room after room full of motorcycles that have been added there from the 1800's and still continue to be added today. If you are a lover of motorcycles this is definatley a must do for you. If not it still makes a great day to go round and look at how the motorcycles have changed over the years.

    Hours Of Operation:
    Daily 10.00-18.00 seven days a week. Closed 24-26 Dec

    Tour Length: 2 HOURS
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    Maximum Number Of People /total Capacity: 50
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    Price Range Value: 4.95 - 6.95
    Standard adult entry £6.95.

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