Middleton Hall

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There is much to appreciate at and about Middleton Hall. It was never a palace but it shows evidence of several phases of English domestic architecture from the late thirteenth to the early nineteenth century. The Hall has been the home of some notable people and was visited by many figures from history. Included among these is Queen Elizabeth I, who certainly spent two nights under its roof after the festivities at Kenilworth in 1575. More importantly it has a special place in the history of British science. It was here that the first ever scientific book on ornithology was written and the first substantial catalogue of British plants compiled. The grounds, feature an SSSI including a nine acre lake , and a noted Walled Garden,

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From Tamworth, follow the signs to Drayton Manor and pass it on the right hand side of the road and continue to the Hall, which is now on the left. From Sutton Coldfield, take the A453 to Bassetts Pole (the five-way junction shown on the plan), take the A446 to the first road on the left and proceed to Middleton Village. At the T-junction in the village, turn left and continue to the A4091. Cross the A4091 with care, and head straight into the Hall drive.


Nearest railway station is Tamworth.


Opening times (Easter - End September):
10:00 - 17:0010:00 - 17:0010:00 - 17:0010:00 - 17:0010:00 - 17:00-10:00 - 17:00

There is a small charge for entry.


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Address: Middleton Hall Trust, Middleton Hall, Middleton, Tamworth, Warwickshire, B78 2AE, UK.
Phone: +44 1827 283 095
Email: middletonhall@btconnect.com

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