Blakesley Hall is open for the summer season on Wednesday 26th June. It will be open Wednesday - Friday, 11am – 4pm.

Blakesley Hall Opening Times

Blakesley Hall and gardens are open Wednesday - Friday, 11am – 4pm.

  • Admission charges apply to enter the Hall.
  • Last entrance to the Hall at 3pm.
  • Gardens are free to visit.

Pre-booking advised.

Visitors in a Tudor dining room looking at the dining table surrounded by chairs and stools in front of unlit fireplace.
Ticket prices

Getting here

Blakesley Hall,
Blakesley Road,
B25 8RN

For full details on getting to Blakesley Hall see How to Get Here.

The front of Blakesley Hall obscured by the leaves of trees in front of it.
How to get here

Book Tickets

Pre-book your timed tickets to guarantee and speed up entry to Blakesley Hall, particularly at busy times such as weekends and school holidays.

  • Alternatively you can buy tickets on arrival, subject to availability.
  • General admission is to free to members. Pre-booking is advised.

Please do not visit us if you are feeling unwell, have any symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in contact with anyone that has had the virus in the last 10 days. You can reschedule your visit by contacting us.

Tickets are not refundable.

Book tickets online


  • Free car park
  • Bike racks
  • Picnic area
  • Shop
  • Toilets, including a disabled toilet
  • Baby changing

We're undertaking a comprehensive review of what we offer at our sites. For now, there will be no tearoom offer available at Blakesley Hall.

Visitor information


Photography is allowed (unless stated otherwise) but not for commercial use. Please respect the privacy of other visitors when taking photographs. No tripods, selfie-sticks or flash photography.

Bag Searches

Please be advised that Birmingham Museums reserves the right to undertake searches of bags and personal property, and to refuse entry. We Thank you for your cooperation.

Weapons policy

No weapons are permitted on our premises.

Vaping policy

Vaping is not allowed at any of Birmingham Museums Trust sites.

Keeping everyone safe

What are our safety measures?

We want to make sure your visit is as safe and enjoyable as possible so some safety measures will continue:

  • We support staff and visitors who wish to wear a face covering.
  • Staff who test positive for COVID-19 isolate at home for at least 5 days until they have two successive negative tests.
  • We have hand sanitisers at the entrance and throughout the building.
  • Contactless card payments will limit personal interaction, but cash will also be accepted.
  • We have cleaners working throughout the day focusing on touch points and toilets to keep them safe and clean.

Please do not visit us if you are feeling unwell, have any symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in contact with anyone that has had the virus in the last 10 days. Please contact us if you have any further questions.

We're dog friendly!

Well behaved dogs, kept on leads, are welcome to join you on your visit. Our staff will provide water and drinking bowls.

Assistance dogs are welcome inside all of our historic properties, gardens and shops. Non-Assistance dogs are not allowed in the historic spaces.

Dog lying on the grass.