The Best Landmark in Sandwell

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Sandwell, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Hall Green Road, Sandwell B71 2EA

Since 1270

Museum, House, Landmarks, Architectural Structure, Historical Places, Venue Hire, Heritage Site, Tourist Attraction, Community Projects and Activities, Special Events, School Visits, Guided Tours, Pre-Booked Groups & Shops

Free Admission - Built by Richard de Marnham - One of the most important surviving medieval timber framed buildings in the Midlands and the most recent building to become part of Sandwell Museum Service

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A Fantastic place to visit right in the heart of West Bromwich! A real treasure that shouldn't be missed. Had a tour of the Museum by the Brilliant Guide and very well informed of the Manor House's fascinating history. The children there loved it too (I went with 5 children aged 3-8) and my friend's grandparents the tour is for all ages. We went on a brilliant day where the children were entertained by a Fabulous Clown and they also had Circus Skills for them to do all afternoon too and crafts.

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High Street, West Bromwich, Sandwell B70 8DT

Since 1875

City or Town Hall, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Historical Buildings, Heritage Site, Ballroom, Programs & Events

It is a Grade II listed town hall - The interior of the Town Hall reflects the Victorian interest in Gothic and Medieval architecture - The ceilings, the iron work, the walls and pillars have been decorated from designs by the architects

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At the main entrance of the Town Hall is a triplet of arches supported by stone columns with carved capitals, which are decorated with medieval carved heads representing the twelve months of the year. A flight of stone steps lead up from the High Street into a wide corridor which encircles the main hall. The main tower is 40 metres tall.
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Halesowen Road, Cradley Heath, Sandwell B64 7JU

Since 1877

Museum, House, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Buildings, Old Hall, School Programs, Exhibitions, Events and Activities, Pre-Booked Groups, School Bookings, Tours, Tearoom, Shop, Projects & Weddings

Free Entry - Within the ground are the Tudor Haden Hall and the Victorian Haden House - It cover approximately 30 hectares - The house also holds a variety of temporary exhibitions throughout the year - It was built by George Alfred Haden Haden-Best

April - September: Thu & Fri 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm October & November: Thu & Fri 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm Sun 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

We took our granddaughter for a picnic in the park, it was a lovely sunny day in the school holidays. The park was immaculately clean and tidy and the facilities were brilliant. This is a large park with a wildlife pool and many paths to walk along. There is a kids playground, adventure playground, outdoor gym, bowling green, tennis and basketball courts. There are benches and picnic benches scattered around the paths. The park has toilets and litter bins. Highly recommend this park.

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