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Birmingham Back to Backs

Birmingham, UK 22.6 mi away
#1 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Fantastic information from brill guide called Jeff spelt your name right as well (you owe me Jeff) National Trust have done a great job preserving the property making the place feel like you are living in the 18...
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

Shrewsbury Prison

Shrewsbury, UK 19.1 mi away
#1 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
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...
Graham, our guide and rightly proud former senior officer, was constantly engaging with many an interesting story and fascinating detail of life as it was lived by inmates and officers alike within the walls of th...
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Steelhouse Lane Lock-up

Birmingham, UK 22.2 mi away
#3 of 147 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
I think it would be great for kids as an history activity from school as they can see what it was really like in the "olden days" The staff all volunteers are brilliant, very knowledgeable and so friendly They hav...
Knowing a now retired officer who worked here - we have heard some fascinating stories over the years so it was a real treat to come along and spend a couple of hours finding out more about the interesting history...

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.
Always wanted to visit Soho House, although the grounds and house are somewhat reduced in size from its early beginnings, I found it a fascinating place to visit and to learn more of the history of the pioneering...

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...
This is one of the largest and most splendid churches in England with outstanding stained glass, important 15th century deeply carved misericords showing mythical creatures and scenes from daily life (including be...

Moseley Old Hall

Wolverhampton, UK 8.9 mi away
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Wolverhampton
Really enjoyed this National Trust property Brilliant volunteers All staff so knowledgable about the history of the house Lovely tea room 5/5 for cream tea Take a picnic as plenty to see and do for all the family
Visit with grandchildren and great grandchildren such a beautiful place to visit stemmed with so much history walking in the woods was superb for the children and a huge tree house to explore beautiful tea rooms a...

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...
Loads to see: the moated house, kitchen, dairy, brew house, grand hall, bedrooms, priests rooms, small chapel, large chapel, drawing room, grand staircase, Georgian chapel, mill house, beautiful grounds.

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
... 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 Heritage pleased to visit whilst passing by.
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.

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.
Have just visited this Tudor house with my 9yr old granddaughter,what a little gem !the house is lovely ,the guide was so informative,the staff throughout the house,visitors centre and tea room are all youngsters...

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.
A hidden gem..... Visited today this amazing National Trust property, wonderful grounds lovely walks around the Deer Park, the house it's self is fantastic, a must visit if you're in the area.

Hartlebury Castle

Hartlebury, UK 24.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Hartlebury
Fabulous place to explore, a beautiful chapel, I loved the Queen Elizabeth Walk, nature, bird song just so tranquil, an excellent museum(Worcestershire County Museum), Castle with state rooms, truly a marvel on su...
A great place to spend a relaxing day, meandering through the house and learning a lot of history with knowledgeable and friendly volunteers to help you along the way.

Little Moreton Hall

Congleton, UK 29.9 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Congleton
Extremely well maintained and restored beautiful House, it is a pleasure to visit As usual with the National Trust, staff are onsite to bring the house to life and free tours are available which are excellent.
From the warm welcome at the service desk,to the first sight of the house as you come round the corner,to the brilliant guide & cosy tearoom - everything is amazing!

Claymills Victorian Pumping Station

Burton upon Trent 30.0 mi away
#1 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Burton upon Trent
Absolutely fascinating, and made all the better by the great passion and depth of knowledge of the volunteers responsible for the terific restoration of the three beam engines that were in steam.
We highly recommend a visit to this pumping station to see both British engineering at its best and the exceptional restoration work carried out by special people.

Wroxeter Roman City

Wroxeter, UK 14.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Wroxeter
A superb site, well excavated and preserved by English Heritage, a fantastic ,monument to the Romano-British people who built this glorious town right next to Watling Street, and the later preservationists who con...
Driving down to Shrewsbury we literally stumbled upon this amazing English heritage Roman bath, staffs were really friendly, great souvenir in the shop but of course the hidden gem was the Roman bath ruins.

Witley Court & Gardens

Great Witley, UK 28.5 mi away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Great Witley
Spectacular ruins, its better than that, restored gardens, 'yes' beautiful even during this present drought, woodland walks, a majestic lake and an incredible church to explore.
The house itself, or the ruins of the house are pretty fascinating, with good information boards & it you go into the crypt under the church there are pictures of the house with tree's growing in which helps make...

Chasewater Railway

Brownhills, UK 14.6 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Brownhills
this was our first visit and our young children loved it lovely clean place, staff were very friendly and lovely journey very good value, would definitely visit again and the cafe was lovely and reasonably priced
well worth seeing the steam trains working you can go for ride on the train it's great there food plus a shop to buy model train sets excellent place

Ancient High House

Stafford 10.6 mi away
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Stafford
The entry is free; and the exhibitions tell all sorts of stories from: local yeomen, construction of a Tudor building, history of the local family, bits and bobs on Civil War and Victorians.
Whilst there is plenty of exhibits for visitors to admire in this free museum as a carpenter/joiner and latterly building surveyor I was fascinated at the construction of this hewn English oak timber framed building.

Shrewsbury Abbey

Shrewsbury, UK 18.9 mi away
#6 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
From Anglo Saxon, to Norman to Reformation to Church today it is a stunning example of architecture, history, art, ancient tombs highly decorated.
... as Brother Cadfael.Well worth a visit with toilets within the church,and refreshments nearby,In Summertime the Abbey is opened by volunteers from 10anm to 4pm.there is a shop for souvenirs and guides available

Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery

Shrewsbury, UK 19.4 mi away
#7 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
The Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery is a great asset to the town & all under the roof of what used to be the Music Hall which has been sensitively & beautiful restored.
The ground floor has the towns Tourist Information Centre where tickets for the museum & art gallery can be purchased, they also provide a wealth of knowledge on the town, the local area & places to visit etc.

Boscobel House

Stafford 5.2 mi away
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Stafford
An excellent site to visit alone, with family or friends, the whole site oozes history and its connections with the Stuarts and the Civil War make it a must for every seventeenth century historian.
Great house with interesting history of the place Charles 2nd hid after the battle of Worcester- you can see the priest holes , house ,garden ,famous Royal Oak -daisy our tour guide made the visit - fabulous infor...

Benthall Hall

Broseley, UK 10.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Broseley
Here, as another reviewer has said, you feel a sense of peace, from the church which acts as visitor reception to the meander through the churchyard to reach the perfect Elizabethan small manor house itself.
Lovely little national trust property with a church and nice house and gardens worth a visit for a couple of hours nice little tea room for drink and cakes been here a few times being a NT member

Dudmaston Estate

Bridgnorth, UK 14.2 mi away
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Bridgnorth
Set in extensive wood and parkland (plenty of walking opportunities) with a large lake, the house contains a fascinating collection of modern art, early 20th century fashion, period furniture, historical family po...
Delightful woodlands; beautiful gardens, interesting house, gorgeous lake and stream-side dingle walks, pleasant circular route over pasture and past the farm affording the best views of the house.

Stafford Castle

Stafford 10.0 mi away
#5 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Stafford
The path is well surfaced and provides a number of information boards that allow you to understand the history of the castle and the lives of the people who lived inner and outer area (Baileys) the visitor centre...
Although it is only partially present, the historical boards around the grounds and the path up to the castle hill provide a sense of experience that takes you back in time.

Middleton Hall & Gardens

Tamworth 25.4 mi away
#5 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Tamworth
Found by chance but what a marvellous place to visit.The variety of buildings from different eras is amazing and all the restoration has been done by volunteers.As a frequent National Trust visitor I can honestly...
Lovely walled garden with a large range of plants, beautiful herb garden , a blacksmith,a nature trail, beautiful lake and parkland.
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Shugborough

Stafford 13.8 mi away
#7 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Stafford
Stunning day out with loads to do - house, Litchfield's private apartments, farm museum, walled garden, loads of follies in the grounds, two nice cafes, fabulous walks of varying distances, packhorse bridge with a...
Our first visit to this National Trust property : we were impressed with the Mansion House, its treasures and history, but really loved the servants quarters, with the kitchens, the servants hall and the walled ga...

Laura's Tower

Shrewsbury, UK 19.2 mi away
#9 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Shrewsbury
Beautiful views over the countryside, river and city with plenty of clean seats and you walk through beautiful gardens to get to the tower.
This is a quaint tower, built by Shrewsbury's famous Thomas Telford for Laura, and is well worth a visit.