Things to do at Middleton Hall and Gardens review
Middleton Hall and Gardens is a Grade II* listed building that dates back to medieval times. Located in Warwickshire south of Fazeley and Tamworth and set in 42 acres of countryside. It is run by an independent charitable trust that recently restored the derelict property.
The courtyard is home to 8 independent retail outlets including dog groomers and a coffee shop. There is an 18th century walled garden which is a delight to look around. You can take your time exploring the manor house and strolling around the gardens.
If you want to extend your day out you can explore Middleton Lakes nature reserve. This is within the estate but it is run by the RSPB. This is somewhere you can have fun den building and pond dipping. They also host annual events and usually have additional activities for children including trails around the gardens.
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FAQ and Further Information Middleton Hall and Gardens
Is there food and drink available?
There is a cafe serving hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to bring a picnic.
What are the main things to do?
Historic house you can explore with acres of beautiful gardens, plus a nearby nature reserve and annual events/children’s activities. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Cheap. An adult standard ticket costs £7, children 5-16 £2. Under 5’s are free. Other pricing options are available.
Is there parking?
There is a car park. They do not charge a fee but there is a suggested donation of £3.
When are they open?
They have a varied opening schedule and are often shut on some or most weekdays. For up-to-date opening dates and times please visit their website.
Dogs are allowed on site, but only in the gardens and grounds (except guide dogs, who are allowed in the main hall). Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.
Are they accessible?
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