Aston Hall

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General Information

Aston Hall is a country house, gardens and museum situated in Birmingham, England. The hall was built in the years from 1618 to 1635 to a Jacobean style after being designed by John Thorpe, it is thought that it is one of the last houses to that style to still stand. The building is Grade I listed and has a museum run by the Birmingham Museum Trust that welcomes visitors in the summer to have a look at its displays of furniture, textiles and metalwork. 

Getting there

The hall is situated near Villa Park Football Stadium and is accessible by most transport options. By Car, the M6 motorway provides access to the museum and is signposted in both directions for Aston Hall or Villa Park. By Train, the closest train station is Witton, which is accessible by changing at New Street.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum at Aston Hall is only open in the summer but many other events are run at the hall at different times throughout the year. Visit the website for more information.

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