Aston Hall, a grand, Grade I listed Jacobean building, was constructed in the early 1600s at the commission of Sir Thomas Holt. The hall remained in the ownership of the family until the 1800s, and after changing hands several times it is now a public museum. The grand scale of its architecture, and lavish nature of its interiors, has to be experienced first hand. Catch a glimpse of Aston Hall with our photo tour, featuring the Great Hall, Kitchen, Withdrawing Room, Long Gallery, Great Library and the hall’s blossoming gardens.
Aston Hall is open Tuesday – Sunday from 12pm – 4pm (12th April – 2nd November) Free entry first Sunday of every month (otherwise £4 adult)
Visit: Trinity Road, Aston, Birmingham, B66JD
Call: 0121 348 8100
Website: Aston Hall
Discover the history behind Birmingham's iconic archiecture