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  1. A group of people sitting facing a person. They are in a large ornate wood panelled room with a decorated Christmas tree.

    Christmas Tales from the Court of King Arthur , at Aston Hall.

    Listen to two tales of Medieval Yuletide splendour fit for the Court of Camelot.
  2. A child is sitting at a table glueing paper on to her artwork.

    Aston Arts Club , at Aston Hall.

    First Saturday of the month May - December
    Join us for a free arts club and make something inspired by Aston Hall and its incredible history.
  3. A tour guide dressed as Sir Thomas Holte giving a tour to a group of adults and children.

    Hunt for the Lost Time Machine , at Aston Hall.

    Tue 13 – Fri 16 Feb 2024
    Something strange is happening at Aston Hall and it’s up to our intrepid team of time travellers to discover what…
Wood-panelled Jacobean long gallery with ornate plaster ceiling, oil paintings are hanging on the walls

About Aston Hall

Aston Hall has watched proudly over Birmingham for more than 400 years – not only is it one of the last great houses built in the Jacobean style, it’s also said to be one of the most haunted buildings in the UK.

Designed by John Thorpe and built by Sir Thomas Holte between 1618 to 1635, it is packed to the rafters with architectural gems and historical treasures, including the breath-taking Long Gallery and the great oak staircase, which still shows the battle scars of the English Civil War.

Aston Hall Opening Times:

Open Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 4pm with exceptions*.

The Hall is open from 12pm, last admission is 3pm. Charges apply.

The Stable Yard Café and gardens are open from 11am until 4pm. Free entry.

*On Aston Villa FC home match / stadium event days, there are road closures and our car park is closed. Our opening hours may also vary. For dates see Explore Aston on a Match/Event Day.

Aston Hall also sometimes closes for private hires.

Closed: 22 December - 9 January (inclusive).


Aston Hall
Trinity Road
B6 6JD

The entrance to Aston Hall is through the Stables archway.