St Mary’s College, Oscott
St Mary’s College is a residential training college for young men who have entered into the vocation of training to be part of the Catholic Priesthood. It has been at its present location since 1838, built by Lichfield Architect, Joseph Potter and decorated by the eminent Victorian architect, Augustus Welby Pugin. The college houses early examples of the work of Midland craftsmen Hardman, Minton and Myers.
As a residential facility, the College is private property and is only open to the public for a limited number of tours throughout the year. We are delighted that this will be our inaugural inclusion in Birmingham Heritage Week.
Date & Time
Wed 15 Sept | 10am-12pm & 1.30pm-3.30pm
St Mary’s College, Oscott, Chester Road, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1JH
The College has no lift and some areas of the college are accessible only by stairs. There are some uneven surfaces. Parking and Toilets are available.