The beautiful Elizabethan house is one of the oldest buildings in Birmingham and is a typical example of Tudor architecture.

It was built in 1590 by Richard Smalbroke, a member of one of Birmingham’s leading merchant families, and was designed to show the wealth and status of the owner.

The house is furnished using an inventory taken in the 17th century and reflects the lifestyle of a wealthy family of the late Tudor and Stuart period of English history.

Exterior front view of a Tudor timber-framed house and garden