The 4,5 mile stretch of the Main Line Canal runs from the Roundhouse in central Birmingham to Chance Glass Works in Smethwick.
The Revolution Walk celebrates three eras of transport: canals, railways and roads, evidence of which can be found all along this peaceful and historic canal stretch.
Although the Revolution Walk is ideal for discovering more about Birmingham's industrial history, it is also surrounded by leafy banks, multiple trees and even a nature reserve nestling between the New and the Old Main Line Canal. There is plenty of wildlife spotting to be done there, including moorhens, geese and herons which are particularly fond of this canal stretch.
The flat towpath provides easy access to a variety of unique heritage and can be used as a green route in and out of the city.