Blakesley Hall, Birmingham

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  • this is a lovely little placde for an afternoon visit. The tour guide we had was excellent and coped very well with the intruptions from the renavators. She was very informative and managed to get the...  more »
  • Fabulous Tudor House in the middle of a housing estate in Birmingham. My first visit to see Samuel Pepys in a short play about the Great Fire of London from his diary. It is a large house for the time...  more »
  • My friend and I took our children of ages ranging from 5 to 12 for a day out. Wasnt sure if this would keep them all occupied but we were presently surprised. The volunteer who showed us around the ho...  more »
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  • Beautiful house in a beautiful setting. The guides are extremely knowledgeable and are fantastic with children. The hall itself is kept very well and laid out as it would have been back then, with some exhibits kept in immaculate glass housing. There is also a cafĂ© and shop which are fairly well priced and you are able to bring your own food and sit in the gardens when the weather is good. Also highly recommend getting some of the lavender goods which is grown on site.
  • Lovely old building with plenty of history. The guide is excellent and has excellent historical knowledge. We'll worth a visit.
  • I've lost count of the number of times that I've intended to visit here, and never did. No excuses this time as I'd booked for one of the half hour dramatisations from Samuel Pepys Diary, as part of a Great Fire of London week. Sadly, it was geared to the predominantly Mother and young kids audience. Fortunately, the Hall itself is definitely worth a look around. I'll be returning later in the year, when the kids are back at school and the weather somewhat warmer. And there's a reasonably priced cafe in which to enjoy a coffee (a cafetiere no less) and cake.
  • Great house, well worth a visit. We purchased tickets to see a dramatized story about the Great Fire of London. My 6 year old grandson had recently studied it at school and enjoyed the short family-friendly interactive play.
  • Lovely ....nice coffee shop selling cakes, sandwiches, ice cream, room outside to picnic....car park can get busy...but I'm sure they have a field to park when events are on..really nicely decorated inside....true to a 17th century house...it's not over done really recommend
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