The Best Landmark in Stafford

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Stafford, 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!


Newport Road, Stafford ST16 1DJ

Since 1069

Castle, Historical Place, Heritage Site, Tourist Place, Visitor Center, Architecture Structure, Herb Garden, Public Events, Special Events, Grounds, Garden Areas, Tours & Gift Shop

Free Admission - It is an Ancient Grade II Listed Building - The stone building is an important early example of a 14th-century keep, later redesigned in a Gothic Revival style

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

Although it is only partially present, the historical boards around the grounds and the path up to the castle hill provide a sense of experience that takes you back in time. I walked up at 5am to enjoy the sunrise just before Easter sunday and was delighted by the view....though chilly. Also loved the Stafford Fair that i attended on the grounds of the castle. The grounds themselves are covered by incredibly trees and bluebells and many grey squirrels and other small birds. A lovely place.

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Greengate Street, Stafford ST16 2JA

Since 1594

House, Museum, Architectural Structure, Historical Places, Exhibitions, Collection, Dispalys, Programs, Children's Games and Quizzes, Artefacts, Weddings, Civil Ceremonies, Occasional Themed Tours, Talks and Workshops, School Visits, Group Visits, Activities, Gifts, Souvenirs, Traditional Toys & Local Crafts

Free Admission - It is an Elizabethan town house - It is one of the finest Tudor buildings in the country - It is the largest remaining timber framed town house in England - Throughout the year they have an exciting range of events, activities & work

Tue - Sat 10:00 am - 4:00pm
Sun & Mon Closed

Stafford is a surprisingly good place to visit. We spent a fabulous afternoon walking the Tudor lined streets relaxing in the immaculate Victoria Park, lunch in the brill Soup Kitchen and browsing this stunning museum. Up the steps we had a long chat with the lovely lady (if you want to know anything she the go to person) on reception and then on up the staircase to 3 floors of room displays depicting Staffordshire life over the centuries covering the Stuart's, the Victorians Egyptian History.

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19 Eastgate Street, Stafford ST16 2LZ

Since 1735

Library, Landmarks, Historical Places, Printed Books Collections, Pamphlets, Manuscripts, Drawings, Watercolours and Transcripts Collections, Storage Facilities, Conservation, Programs, Events & Shops

It is a Grade II listed building - The Library's collections represent an outstanding resource for the study of local and family history in Staffordshire and are available for consultation by the public in their reading rooms free of charge

Tue - Thu 10:00 am - 1:00 pm|2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The library continues to collect and preserve printed material relating to Staffordshire and represents a major source for local and family history in Staffordshire. The library is supported by the Friends of the William Salt Library.
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