Blakesley Hall is a timber-framed house built in 1590 by Richard Smalbroke, a member of one of Birmingham’s leading merchant families.
More than 400 years later, beautiful Blakesley is still a haven; secluded from the avenues of modern houses that lie beyond its gates.
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.
Blakesley Hall also has a traditional herb garden similar to the one the Smalbroke family would have had in Tudor times. While the orchard and grounds are a peaceful haven for butterflies and birds.
At the present time Blakesley Hall is open for special, pre-booked events only. Please see the What's On page for details of dates, events and prices. The Hall is closed on all other days.