Blakesley Hall is a timber framed Elizabethan yeoman's farmhouse, built in 1590 in Old Yardley for Richard Smallbroke (a ... More
Blakesley Hall is a timber framed Elizabethan yeoman's farmhouse, built in 1590 in Old Yardley for Richard Smallbroke (a Birmingham businessman and farmer). The Hall is furnished and staffed in 17th century fashion and is a fascinating place to visit. It is open to schools as well as the public.
Known as the "Jewel in Liverpool's Crown", the Town Hall is a Grade 1 listed building situated in one of
seven remaining medieval streets of the city. Originally built between 1748 1755, it was subsequently gutted by a fire ...
Located near the Aston expressway, the parkland offer a calm atmosphere enveloped in greenery. Registered amongst the Historic Parks, Aston
park has been popular with locals and visitors alike since it was opened to the public in 1858. A ...
Built between 1618 and 1635 by Sir Thomas Holte, this fine Jacobean country mansion is filled with splendid furniture, textiles
and metalwork. What's more, there is a spectacular 136ft long gallery. The house was used to harbor King Charles ...