The ruins at Weoley Castle are over 700 years old and are the remains of the moated medieval manor house that once stood here.
The site was once a hunting lodge of the Earls of Dudley and is now a scheduled monument of national importance.
Weoley has been inhabited since the 12th Century and the large stone towers and walls were built in the 1270s. Today visitors can enjoy a surprising insight into early Birmingham history whilst savouring the green and tranquil place that Weoley has now become.
The site also boasts an attractive community education building where talks can be given and hot drinks served.
Group bookings include:
- Guided tour
- Min group 8 and max group 25
- Coach welcomed by member of staff
- Free admission for coach driver and free hot drink
- Free admission to group organiser
- Free familiarisation visit for group organiser
- Coach parking available on street
- Book to visit two Birmingham Heritage Sites* for 10% discount (cannot be used in conjunction with other discount)
- Catering can be arranged.
- Special themed tours can be arranged (additional fee may apply)
* Birmingham Heritage Sites are Aston Hall, Blakesley Hall, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, Sarehole Mill, Soho House and Weoley Castle.
Guided Tour: £7 per person
Pre-booked tours available all year round Tuesday - Friday, 10am-4pm.
Evenings/weekends: Prices available on request.
To make a booking
Please call the Bookings Team on 0121 348 8001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiry.