The Best Landmark in Birmingham

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Blakesley Road, Birmingham B25 8RN

Since 1590

Landmark, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Historical Buildings, Hall, Timber-Framed Farmhouse, Exhibition Space, Visitor Centre, Venue Hire, Weddings, Parties, Special Events, Social Functions, Meetings, Conferences, Corporate Events, Informal Events, Tea Room, Guided Tours, Buffet Packages, Dining Options, Children & Adults Programs

Free Admission: Visitor Centre, Cafe & Gardens - The house is furnished using an inventory taken in the 17th century and reflects the lifestyle of a wealthy family of the late Tudor and Stuart period of English history

Price: Adult (Includes over 60s) £7.00, Concession (Students/Benefits. Excludes over 60s) £5.00, Child (3-15) £3.00, Family of 3 (max 2 Adults) £15.00, Family of 4 (max 2 Adults) £17.60 & Family of 5 (max 2 Adults) £20.20

Tue - Sun 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon Closed

I had visited some years ago, but we decided to visit as my husband hadn't been there. This trip was more enjoyable and memorable than before for me as we had the pleasure of a guide, Carl who was a font of information including lots of little nuggets and gems! It was educational but in an engaging way. There were a few families there with small children who were kept happily occupied with a variety of outdoor activities as it was a sunny day. The staff were all friendly and very helpful.

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Trinity Road, Aston, Birmingham B6 6JD

Since 1635

Museum, Landmarks, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Historical Buildings, Exhibitions, Hall, Gardens, Programme of Events and Activities, Group Bookings, Weddings, Guided Tour, Shop, Picnic Area, Tea Room & Gift Shop

Free Admission: Members, Cafe & Gardens - It is a Grade I listed Jacobean house - It is a magnificent seventeenth century red-brick mansion situated in a picturesque public park on the north side of Birmingham

Price: Adult (includes over 60s) £8.00, Concession (Students/Benefits. Excludes over 60s) £6.00, Child (3-15) £3.00, Family of 3 (Max 2 Adults) £17.40, Family of 4 (Max 2 Adults) £20.00 & Family of 5 (Max 2 Adults) £22.60

Tue - Sun 1:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon Closed

We went and I have to say it was an outstanding visit. We had a guide called Mike and Karen who in turn shared taking us around and I was blown away. As an Aston girl I lived on Holte Road for 18 years before it was revamped. The understanding where the name Holte came from was Sir Thomas Holte. There was much more which made sense in terms of local names for road/streets/etc but the imagination was able to run wild and imagine what used to be. It was also of interest to my partner.

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Soho Avenue (Off Soho Road), Birmingham B18 5LB

Since 1766

Landmark, Architectural Buildings, Historical Sites, Museum, Celebrations, Garden, Cafe, Events, Venue Hire, Weddings, Corporate Events, Training Days and Meetings, Guided Tours, Dining Room, Photographs, Craft Activities, House Parties & Special Events

Free Admission: Visitor Center, Cafe & Garden - It is a Grade II listed 18th-century house - The house has been beautifully restored and reflects the fashions and tastes of the late Georgian period - It hosts exhibitions of local & community interest

Price: Adult (includes over 60s) £7.00, Concession (Students/Benefits. Excludes over 60s) £5.00, Child (3-15) £3.00, Family of 3 (Max 2 Adults) £15.00, Family of 4 (Max 2 Adults) £17.60 & Family of 5 (Max 2 Adults) £20.20

Wed & Thu 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Soho House, home of Matthew Boulton whose portrait appears on the UK £50 note alongside that of his business partner James Watt, has been beautifully dressed to evoke in the visitor a sense of how a Regency gentleman would have lived. Our guide around the house was most informative, interesting and helpful, and allowed us plenty of time to absorb the atmosphere, observe the artifacts, and wonder at the meetings the Lunar Society held in the house. Just to imagine the likes of Matthew Boulton.

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