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Middleton Hall & Gardens

Ancient site and house, saved in recent years from ruin.

Middleton, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B78 2AE

Middleton Hall historic Tudor manor in England

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Free for members
Facilities
  • Accessible loos
  • Accessible parking
  • Cafe / restaurant
  • Facilities for children
  • Parkland / open spaces
  • Picnic area
  • Shop
Accessibility
  • Accessible toilets
  • Touch tours
  • Accessible parking
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Access statement available
Visit the house's website
for the latest information.

Middleton Hall is set in 42 acres of the peaceful North Warwickshire countryside and run by an independent charitable trust. Spend the day exploring our historic manor house, exquisite gardens and grounds and independent shops in The Courtyard.

If you want to discover more of the Estate, visit the neighboring Middleton Lakes nature reserve run by the RSPB. We open to the public as an historic house and gardens but also host weddings, private parties and tours.

Our estate encompasses a historic manor house, an eighteenth-century Walled Garden and the oldest man-made lake in North Warwickshire. The Hall has a long history spanning over a millennium and the first written record of Middleton is in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Our Medieval Stone Building is the oldest domestic building in Warwickshire.

The Hall is run by an independent charitable trust that was founded in 1980. A lived-in family home up until 1966, the house was bought by a company who used the estate for gravel extraction. They had no use for the buildings and grounds and it was left derelict for ten years. In 1980, a group of volunteers founded Middleton Hall Trust and it is thanks to them that the Hall has been restored.

Today, we are open to the public as an historic house and gardens. We host a variety of events including Plant Hunters’ Fairs, motor shows and heritage-themed days.

Opening Times

2023

  • Open Wednesday – Sunday, 11am-4pm from Wednesday 29th March – Sunday 1st October
  • Open weekends only 11am – 4pm from 7th October – 29th October and October half-term
  • The Hall & Gardens will be closed on the following dates to allow us to host weddings – Saturday 11th March, Saturday 8th July, Sunday 23rd July & Saturday 16th September.

Open for special events during the winter months, events displayed on our What’s On page.

  • Last admission is 3pm and our carparks and wider Estate are locked at 5pm during our main open season.

Historic Houses members can visit for free when showing their card.

Please note: The information on the Historic Houses website is advisory, but please always check the website of the house or garden you intend to visit before travelling.

See their website to double check their opening times

Admission

Historic Houses members visit for free on standard open days.

Standard Adult: £8.00
Gift Aid Adult: £8.80
Child (5-16): £3.00
Under 5s: FREE
Middleton Hall & Gardens Season Pass Holders: FREE

Some event days may have a different admission price or be pre-booked only. Please see our website for details about which events these apply to.

Group Visits

Group tours are available Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from March – September, for a minimum of 15 people from £12.50 pp.

Tours must be booked in advance. Please contact us on enquiries@middleton-hall.co.uk for further details.

Please note, when booked as part of a group visit Historic Houses members do not receive free entry.

Accessibility
  • Accessible toilets
  • Touch tours
  • Accessible parking
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Access statement available
Visit the house's website
for the latest information.

Getting here

Middleton, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B78 2AE

We are located on the A4091 between Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield, a 5 minute drive from Drayton Manor Theme Park.

The nearest train stations are located in Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield town centres, about 10 minutes away. There is no bus services to us.

Walking and cycle route information can be found here.

A tour of Lamport Hall

Labours of Love: Middleton and Lamport Hall

Writing for Historic House magazine, James Probert went to find how much Lamport Hall and Middleton Hall, these ‘houses without owners’ ,really differ from each other and from those that are still lived in by their families.

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