The ancestral home of Lord Lichfield, Shugborough Hall is a fine 18th century mansion, which lies to the north of Birmingham. ... More
The ancestral home of Lord Lichfield, Shugborough Hall is a fine 18th century mansion, which lies to the north of Birmingham. It is set in some 900 acres (364 hectares) of parkland. The estate has many attractions, including a rare breeds farm, a working corn mill and county museum that is strong on social history. The domestic quarters have been renovated so that visitors can see what life was like for the staff "below stairs" in days gone by. For more information, check website or call +44 845 459 8900.
This library is situated opposite the City Hall . It has been awarded a considerable sum by the Lottery Heritage
Foundation to expand the library collection and make a cultural center. Even though it is a private library, visitors ...
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 . ...
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 ...