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Middleton Hall has over 950 years of history, and has incredibly beautiful historic gardens and grounds. The oldest building on site dates back to 1285, and is believed to be the oldest domestic building in Warwickshire. The hall was abandoned in...more
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We had a wonderful time when 81 of us spent the day there. We split up into the various tours available, Architecture, Garden and the history of the Hall. All the volunteers were friendly and so knowledgeable. I can highly recommend going to this really...More
Fascinating mansion with architecture from a number of eras. A room dedicated to Robert Peel and loads of history around the house. Outside the grounds are wonderful with a walled garden, sunken garden and nature trail. Plenty for kids to do with activities dotted round...More
Middleton Monthly Motors attracts a huge variety of classic cars on the first Sunday of each month and the weather always seems to be fine. Refreshments are available too as well as the option to look around Middleton Hall and grounds. Well worth a visit
Middleton Hall near Tamworth is a privately run stately home. Redeveloped and run by a charatible trust. The Hall also houses the Peel exhibition in memory of Sir Robert Peel, the founder of the modern police force.
A wonderful find. We spent a lovely day wandering around. There is lots of interesting history to discover, a beautiful walled garden and even a secondhand bookshop. In the nearby courtyard there is a lovely cafe and little shops to explore.
We had a lovely time at an unusually diverse property and garden. A little gem which deserves a wider audience. In very close proximity to wildlife facility which compliments the Hall and all it has to offer.
Saw the plant fair advertised with the ticket price including entry into the house. Very impressed. Lovely house being 'saved' by volunteers. Very plain and simple, don't expect Warwick Castle. But very charming. The plant fair was good, came away with some unusual plants. Looked...More
This is a great little bolt hole from the cold weather when walking in the area. The staff are very friendly and the paninis cooked properly not overcooked and dry like in other establishments. The coffees are full of flavour and the hot chocolate is...More
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The Hall, Gardens and Grounds are open every Wednesday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday between 11am and 4pm and it is £4 for an adult, under 18s and Friends of Middleton Hall go free. Some of our Charity event... More
The Hall, Gardens and Grounds are open every Wednesday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday between 11am and 4pm and it is £4 for an adult, under 18s and Friends of Middleton Hall go free. Some of our Charity event days may be priced differently so please see our website for specific event details.
Our Courtyard Centre, with 10 small boutique shops is open free of charge every Wednesday - Sunday. The Coffee Shop is open 7 days a week.
The Team at Middleton Hall