Celebrating Birmingham Heritage Week; visit Blakesley Hall, a fine Tudor house and beautiful gardens built in 1590 by Richard Smalbroke, a member of one of Birmingham’s leading merchant families. Your safety is our highest priority, so we are operating a timed entrance to the Hall and will be limiting the number of people visiting. Please pre-book your ticket to avoid disappointment as we cannot guarantee tickets will be available on the door.
Blakesley Hall is open from 12pm – 4pm, with the last timed entrance to the Hall at 3.30pm. Blakesley Hall will feel a little different to usual, but we’re sure you’ll enjoy your visit and we cannot wait to welcome you. It’ll be a unique opportunity to visit the Hall whilst it’s quieter.
Our Herb Garden Cafe will be open from 12.00pm to 4.00pm; this is a smaller space, and we will be operating for your safety. Staff in the café will be wearing face visors, we have enhanced cleaning schedules, and we will be asking you to queue in line with social distancing guidelines. Birmingham Museums Trust is a registered charity and money raised through events like this help us care for beautiful buildings like Blakesley Hall.
Date & Time
Sat 12 Sept | 12pm–4pm
Blakesley Hall, Blakesley Road, Yardley, B25 8RN
Adult £7.70 gift aid, £7.00 non gift aid
Booking required, book here
Two stairs in the Hall with no lift access