This is a delightful house, built in the reign of William and Mary. It's situated to the south-west of Birmingham and is ... More
This is a delightful house, built in the reign of William and Mary. It's situated to the south-west of Birmingham and is easily accessible via the M5. A National Trust property, the Hall boasts re-created 18th century gardens, an orangery and ice house. Within the house itself there are period interiors and it is a venue for various events and activities throughout the year. Refreshments are available in the tearoom. See website for complete visitation particulars.
St. Crux Hall stands on the site of the former St. Crux Church, which was demolished in 1887 after many
years of repair and rebuilding. The original church of St. Crux dates back from the Domesday Book of 1085 ...
An imposing building of white Portland stone, the Hall of Memory is a fitting tribute to the fallen in all
major conflicts of the 20th Century. It is located in a prominent position near the International Convention Centre . ...
Originally a venue intended for exhibitions, carnivals, fairgrounds and circuses, the Kelvin Hall was converted in 1988 into a state
of the art international sports arena. It boasts full indoor facilities with floodlighting and seating. It is recognized world ...