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Stirchley Baths

external view of the front of Stirchley Bathsnew roof at stirchley baths

Located at the heart of a fast-growing local community, Stirchley Baths opened in 1911 to provide swimming and washing facilities in an era when few houses had bathrooms of their own. Decades later, the building was closed and fell derelict before an award-winning restoration project transformed it into a vibrant community hub.

pictured : Views of Stirchley Baths from the front, and the restored roof (photo:Ivan Jones.)

Detailed Information


Stirchley Baths
2-4 Bournville Lane
B30 2JT

Stirchley History Group

To contact staff members at the Baths:
Tel. 0121 464 9072

Stirchley Baths website

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  • You are free to visit the building during hub opening hours,

Opening Hours

  • Monday to Friday 9.30 - 9pm. There may be some classes or events happening which means some areas of the building are not accessible.


Regular events, clubs and societies.

Monthly Guided Tours

Explore the building and its Edwardian heritage features with us and find out about the people who used and worked in it and how, after a long campaign, the building was saved.

Take an optional hard hat underground tour (ages 6+ only, access via ladder) into the Deep End and tunnels to see a swimming pool like you've never seen it before! converted bath area

These tours are run by Stirchley History Group once a month and bookings are taken through eventbrite
The cost of the tour is £4 each.

To enquire about group guided heritage tours during the week:


  • Cafe
  • 5 rooms for hire, including a large hall and cinema room
  • There are two sets of male/female toilets and an accessible toilet. There are also two baby change areas.


Disabled Visitors

  • The building is accessible. There is only one floor which is accessible from street level through the cafe doors at the side of the building.
  • During the heritage tour there is the opportunity to see the main hall from the balcony; this includes stairs.
  • There is an optional hard hat tour at the end; this includes a steep ladder. For detailed information about access and how to get to Stirchley Baths, please visit www.stirchleybaths.org/access/