Take a taste of Middleton Hall

Middleton Hall & Gardens is located in Middleton just outside of Tamworth, Staffordshire and its history dates back 900 years.

Amongst famous residents was Elizabeth I who stayed for a week in 1575 and the naturalist John Ray once lived there too. The Peel Society and Police Museum is housed within the Hall – the famous former prime minister and founder of the Metropolitan Police Force, Sir Robert Peel lived nearby at Drayton Manor – and the grounds include an 18th century walled garden and the oldest man-made lake in Warwickshire.

Pre-booked group tours are available throughout the year and choices include history, architecture and gardens.

Taking place on 6th September between 11.00am and 2.00pm is ‘A Taste of Middleton’ and leaders of groups such as history, gardening or architecture groups or clubs, U3As, WIs and church groups are invited to come along to experience what’s on offer.

Tour guides will be on hand to lead ‘taster tours’ or alternatively explore the Hall, gardens and grounds at your own pace.

Booking is essential. Only those who have booked a place will be admitted into the Hall and grounds. Guests must be part of a social, activity or learning group or club. Two tickets are available per group or club.

Please telephone 01827 283095 to reserve your place

middleton-hall.co.uk 01827 283095