Hall Of Memory Birmingham

We had the honour of being the chosen company to carry out the 360 Virtual Tours for the Hall Of Memory in Birmingham.

The Hall of Memory located in Centenary Square was designed by S. N. Cooke and W. N. Twist as a war memorial. Construction began in 1922 and ended in 1925, the beautiful stone masonry was erected by building firm John Barnsley and Son.

The Birmingham Hall Of Memory was built to commemorate the 12,320 Birmingham citizens who died in World War I.

This building is erected for the Glory Of God and in memory of the men and women of this city who fell in the Great War of 1914 – 1918. It was opened by H.R.H Prince Arthur of Connaught K.G on July the 4th 1925.

The inscription inside says with honour:

OF 150,000 WHO ANSWERED THE CALL TO ARMS 12,320 FELL: 35,000 CAME HOME DISABLED
AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN IN THE MORNING WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
SEE TO IT THAT THEY SHALL NOT HAVE SUFFERED AND DIED IN VAIN +*+

This building has now been carefully included into Google Maps with a Street View Trusted Tour allowing people the freedom to enjoy the memorial from anywhere in the World. We hope many more will appreciate the Hall Of Memory.

Hall Of Memory Interior

Hall Of Memory Exterior