One of the most impressive buildings in the Staffordshire Countryside dating back to the 17th century. A Georgian Mansion full of surprises and a great insight as to what life was like below stairs. Upstairs you can almost follow in the artifacts and collections the journey of George Enson who was the 2nd Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. Subject to availability you may also be able to have a look around Lord Lichfields' apartments and see some of his Photographic Art and Portraits.
Outside in the Park there are Formal Gardens providing an array of colour and Woodlands to explore. Around the estate you will find numerous monuments or follies like the Chinese House , the Shepherds monument and the Doric Temple to mention but three.Wander a little farther and you will come to Park Farm Yard where you can say hello to some rare breads including Tamworth Pigs and Dorkin Chickens .
There is a Tea Room and Cafe on site
The Mansion is an approximate 15 minute walk from reception, a buggy is normally available
Access to the upper rooms of the mansion by stairs
Park is reasonably accessible with good pathways
The Lichfield Apartments are via timed ticket available from reception, group bookings are not accepted. Tickets should be requested on arrival.
he Lichfield Apartments are occasionally closed for private events at short notice.
Price for National Trust Members £18.75 membership cards required on arrival
Price for non-members £32.25 includes admission
Depart from Kings Norton at 09:45, Bournville Green at 09:50, Selly Oak at 10:00, Harborne at 10:10, City Centre at 10:35
View Maps of departure points: click here
To book this trip please phone 0121 459 7524 or use the contact form and we will get back to you.
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