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Birmingham Back to Backs

Birmingham, UK 22.6 mi away
#1 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
We did the tour with Geoff on Thursday 15 th November, great guide very knowledgeable with interest and humour , wonderful to see so much history being preserved thank you national trust
Have been wanting to come here for ages, well worth a visit for any one interested in our social history, Pat our tour guide was very knowledgeable & passionate about the subject, can highly recommend this tour

National Memorial Arboretum

Alrewas 23.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Alrewas
If you are anywhere in the area, the NMA IS A MUST VISIT regular services held in the chapel, the land train gives a good overview of the site (150+ acres) so wear COMFY SHOES Poignant, thought provoking and humbl...
The memorial grounds are much bigger than we imagined, with so many memorials dedicated to the various regiments, and also personal family memorials on individual trees, remembering a family member.

Teamworks Karting Halesowen

Halesowen, UK 19.5 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Halesowen
Great track, attentive staff and a lovely warm viewing gallery which is rare at these places!
Party of 5, Very welcoming and helpful staff, We had the track to ourselves for 2x 30min sessions the kids had great fun.

Villa Park Stadium

Birmingham, UK 21.4 mi away
#2 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
... fantastic time with the great sights, history and stories of the club...a must do tour for all true Villians...a massive thank you to our tour guide Keith for a first class friendly, informative and personal tour
Had the villa tour with my 4 children 12,11 and twins 8 Mick here with my boys was the guide and was GREAT, loads of knowledge about villa and passion and great with the kids, made the day great and also arranged...

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom

Telford, UK 8.1 mi away
#1 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Telford
Fantastic day at hoo farm, the meerkat experience is just superb, fantastic staff, a chance to feed the meerkats, they were so happy jumping all over us and then we had the chance to hold one!
Brilliant experience, Aaron was very friendly and knowledgeable about all the animals, hand feeding the raccoon was amazing!

Lichfield Cathedral

Lichfield 19.4 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Lichfield
Glorious Magestic stunning well worth a visit The architecture exellent craft work The remembrance chapel is lovely The Staff were friendly and helpful It's absolutely free !! Donation on a voluntary basis All the...
You cannot miss the Cathedral as it dominates the city of Lichfield - well worth a visit - easy to view all the buildings special areas and amazing architecture - the staff where very helpful and knowledgeable and...

Apedale Heritage Centre

Chesterton 23.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Chesterton
We duly presented ourselves on the appointed day and were treated to an educative and informative underground tour made so much better by the skill, knowledge and enthusiasm of our underground guides Dave and Mark...
Had a great tour today with family ,really interesti and a grea day .. with thanks to our great guide Steve for a very interesting and knowledgeable tour.

Great Witley Church

Great Witley, UK 28.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Great Witley
An absolutley stunning Italian Church , so well worth a visit to Great Witley just to come into the church, you wont be dissapointed, cafe serving sandwhich and meals with a 5 min walking distance
A really pretty church, obviously well loved and maintained, the ceiling paintings impressive with gold highlights picked out on white.

Shrewsbury Prison

Shrewsbury, UK 19.1 mi away
#1 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
Our Tour guide was informative and entertaining, well worth taking this guided tour, it’s interesting and educational, easy to find from the train station, suitable for all ages, All staff very friendly and helpful.
We visited here last week, had a very interesting visit, Great Place to visit!.. Staff were very helpful , lovely people, very informative, and helped our daughter who was feeling a little nervous at first... they...
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Steelhouse Lane Lock-up

Birmingham, UK 22.2 mi away
#3 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
I had actually volunteered with a friend to help out with a Ghost Hunt..The building was such an interesting place, and the Ghost Hunt was great fun!! Definitely worth visiting if you enjoy history and exceptional...
... up with the old policemans jackets etc, the kids are welcome with competition and quiz to do while walking around and a treat at the end, Price is brilliant staff very helpful, chance for lots of pictures.

Soho House

Birmingham, UK 20.6 mi away
#4 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Excellent guide, Gillian, who was full of interesting stories and facts about Matthew Bolton and his family, the house, the society, the industrial interest, lunar society, food and drink.
The guided tour by Gillian was fascinating covering lots of historical engineering and science facts and treasures along with the story of the family, Lunar Society, and Birmingham in general.

Wightwick Manor and Gardens

Wolverhampton, UK 8.8 mi away
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Wolverhampton
The house itself is beautiful, an absolute gem of the Arts and Crafts period, with a Tudor styled exterior and a great collection of Pre-Raphaelite art, both in the house and in the on-site gallery in the malt house.
... good fun; the cafe is cosy in the winter and has outdoor seating in the summer; the house itself is interesting; the little art gallery is worth a visit; the second hand bookshop often has great little bargains.

St Mary's Church (Nantwich)

Nantwich, UK 27.5 mi away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Nantwich
Nantwich is well worth a visit in its own right but the unusual and we'll preserved church, nestling in the very heart of the bustling centre but shielded by a beautiful tree lined grassy avenue makes it a highly...
I love the church, was met by a lovely gent who went out of his way to answer any questions.. just go and soak up the history and the quiet... its a great place to give the soul a quick refresh

Selly Manor

Birmingham, UK 23.6 mi away
#5 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
... The information packs that were contained within each room were so informative and a great read The stunning costumes were great fun to try on and were enjoyed by both children Thanks for a great afternoon out
What a great place to visit.A group of us were welcomed by Gillian the orator was just fabulous, she was very knowledgeable, witty and engaging She made the evening special.

Hawkstone Park Follies

Shrewsbury, UK 17.9 mi away
#2 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
what a wonderful day out finding trolls climbing towers going in caves and over narrow bridges a bit strenuous but well worth the effort take drinks and snacks for the long trail the views are stunning choose a ni...
Climbing to the top of the monument for a fantastic view and a refreshing breeze on a warm day, making my way with a torch through the caves, crossing bridges and climbing stairs.

St Laurence's Church

Ludlow, UK 28.9 mi away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ludlow
The church has a wonderful atmosphere with wonderful carvings and an excellent aura, all the volunteers are very helpful and cheery, we enjoyed a light lunch, which was served to us by a friendly volunteer, what m...
... 1V and the Prince of Wales plus Prince Arthur the eldest son Henrry V11 who lived at the Castle and died there his heart is in the Church Arthur is buried in Worcester Catherdral There is a excellent gift shop

Moseley Old Hall

Wolverhampton, UK 8.9 mi away
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Wolverhampton
Cathy is fabulous, so well informed, knowledgeable and funny, I could have listened for hours - history made fun and interesting Fascinating place with such a significant history
... a story about his adventures at Moseley Old Hall and has many adventures abroad in various NT properties everywhere.........Best afternoons ever spent huge thank you everyone including Cathy Phil and Noah The ...

Harvington Hall

Harvington, UK 23.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Harvington
Excellent visit, a really well run historical attraction, very atmospheric with friendly and knowledgeable guides with many of them in period costume making for a really enjoyable visit getting a real flavour of t...
A hidden gem for all those interested in history.We had an excellent guided tour with Arthur who brought to life the history of the property and its significance in the history of Catholicism.

St.Chads Church

Shrewsbury, UK 19.6 mi away
#3 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
Unlike the pointy spires of the other churches, St Chads has a tall tower capped by a domed roof underneath pairs of Doric pillars which give it a striking appearance and provides a superb backdrop to the Quarry g...
It's well worth a visit - particularly the small Military chapel with lots of information and artefacts from WW1. Church guides are on hand to assist and there is a quaint Ebeneezer Scrooge gravestone in the Cemet...

Cannock Chase

Stafford 8.0 mi away
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Stafford
Lovely bridle paths if you want to bring your horse and mountain bike trails at different riding abilities or just bring your bike and ride the normal paths see the lovely pools with ducks and Canadian geese or wa...
A huge expanse of forest with well marked pathways; small hills, glacial boulders, Go Ape, adventure playgrounds, dog walking, mountain bike routes for all levels, cafes, deers if you're quiet, cows even!

Lucky Tails Alpaca Farm

Atherstone, UK 28.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Atherstone
... with then we got to choose our own Alpaca to go for a walk with around the fields, we chose Yoda a chocolate brown good natured male, it was great fun a huge pack of people & Alpacas and one Llama called Lemmy!!
We all had a great day out out and really enjoyed every minute, I would recommend this lovely place and will definitely be visiting again.

Winterbourne House and Garden

Birmingham, UK 22.8 mi away
#6 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
... to go and admire!! Winterbourne is a beautiful oasis in the heart of the city, so peaceful with stunning gardens to boot! Beautiful water feature with stepping stones for children and even adults to enjoy cros...
Thoroughly enjoyed the late summer flowers, the autumn flowering bulbs - nerines, colchicums - and the delightful tiny cyclamen throughout the gardens, plus the first showing of glorious Autumn colours in the trees.

Stokesay Castle

Ludlow, UK 28.9 mi away
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ludlow
... said, beautifully preserved and maintained, very knowledgeable staff Emma for one an excellent audio guide made the tour easy to understand the history beautiful views from the tower a real piece of English He...
The Castle or Manor House is very well preserved for its age and the site is immaculately kept all credit to English Heritage.The views from the tower is well worth the climb and the Moat Walk is a must..

German Military Cemetery

Cannock 11.6 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Cannock
Having visited the National Memorial Arboretum last weekend we decided to continue the theme and visit both the German Military Cemetery and Cannock Chase War Cemetery which are both situated off Camp Road within...
The Cemetery though called the German Cemetery is also the resting place of troops from the Commonwealth who gave their lives for us, The Cemetery is worth a visit.

Tardebigge Locks

Bromsgrove, UK 29.2 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Bromsgrove
How lovely to stroll near the canal on a spring day it’s so peaceful and pretty I always take time to walk this way when I am in the area it’s so pleasant you can loose yourself and it’s steeped in history
... cottage on the gable end of the warehouse, the residents are very friendly but it's just simple great to visit walk the tow path along the canal with your dog the locks are a marvel of early engineering...

Blakesley Hall

Birmingham, UK 25.4 mi away
#7 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Absolutely smashing day with 5yrs old Rosie, we hunted treasure, made Crowns, with Real Jewels, ventured around the Hall, dressed up in beautiful frocks and ate a lovely wrap for lunch.
The staff are wonderful and so knowledgeable about the place, the gardens and cafe are free to visit but the house is guided tour only and only open to the public on open days.

St Mary's Church

Shrewsbury, UK 19.3 mi away
#4 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
Wonderful stained glass windows, and amazing floors as well, the church is steeped in history, it is well worth putting St. Mary's on your itinerary when visiting our wonderful town.
The church is now redundant but it is well worth seeing the windows including the 14th century 'Jesse' window, the arches within & one of the tallest spires in England.

Sunnycroft

Wellington, UK 9.4 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Wellington
... carpark and walked down the magnificent driveway .An avenue of 100 year old Redwoods line the drive to the house .Huge , stately trees , amazing specimens , we could quite easily have been walking in California.
Sunnycroft villa holds a treasure trove of secrets with wonderful stories of the inhabitants .I particularly like the way National trust explain the history with clothes hanging in the wardrobe,.medicinal

Attingham Park

Shrewsbury, UK 15.7 mi away
#5 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
The walks are easy to follow, loved the deer park walk and you can get very close to the deer, beautiful walk along the river with fantastic views back to the mansion and an impressive walled garden.
We started off with a superb guided tour from the delightful Heather who told us the history of the house, Home and family the design of the estate by Humphrey Repton and house by John Nash.

Daytona Tamworth

Tamworth 27.8 mi away
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Tamworth
A thoroughly enjoyable afternoon, great track for karting event plus excellent support from staff at Tamworth venue, in particular Heather B who was most helpful as we organised the event.
Despite our hearing impairment, the friendly staff at Daytona Tamworth were very patient and helpful at all times with registration, queries, health & safety, race programme and trophy presentation at the end.