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#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Halesowen
On site facilities were great, good selection of drinks and snacks not overpriced, loved our track reports and also the scoreboard for the day detailing how well we had karted compared to the others who had previo...
Selly Manor Birmingham 8.2 km away
#4 of 138 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
Take time to view the gardens too, first time I have seen a quince tree in fruit and the flowering artichokes were stunning.
Parking free of charge in the road right beside it was a boon. 2 buildings to explore - one medieval, one Tudor - both brought to the site from other places.
Winterbourne House and Garden Birmingham 8.6 km away
#2 of 138 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
a great art deco building , and the gardens are wonderful, has alovely tea room /bar/restaurant with spectacular views so much history there, and I learnt a lot, very imformative much better than botanical gardens...
The cafe has good scones, and it is great taking them out to the terrace with a cup of tea - a really homely feel and a fantastic view.
The Red House Glass Cone Stourbridge 7.7 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Stourbridge
There are other crafts within the 'village site' too and you can see jewellery, glass beads, knitting crafts, pottery all being made on site and also buy.
Watch glass being made live exhibition, great museum lots of history of the local area, refreshments cafe on site canal side a lovely way to spend a few hours.
Dudley Zoo and Castle Dudley 7.3 km away
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dudley
loved it, gets better every time we go, lots to do and see, the chairlift has been restored and is a brilliant ride and view and the castle is always a lovely experience.
Dudley Castle, Modernist Tecton structures, Tibetan red pandas, Humboldt penguins (their feeding time was a highlight), Madagascan lemurs, Sumatran tigers, Asiatic lions and the site of Most Haunted Live.
Birmingham Back to Backs Birmingham 10.8 km away
#1 of 138 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
A very interesting view about the history of the back to backs & the families that lived there, Our tour guide Jeff was a delight with many interesting stories about Birmingham & the lifestyle of past times.
Our tour guide was excellent - you can tell he is very passionate about the history of this site and all the information you are told and things to see are really interesting and informative.
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Hagley Hall Stourbridge 5.4 km away
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Stourbridge
The rooms we used were warm, spacious and impressive from an historic point of view with a number of interesting features which sparked conversation during the pre-meal reception.
Soho House Birmingham 10.3 km away
#3 of 138 Sights & Landmarks in Birmingham
This house is a little gem! Originally built in the 18th century as the home of the great Matthew Boulton and the meeting place of The Lunar Society, it is now a historically important Birmingham Landmark.
We visited Soho House during a week exploring the variety of Birmingham Museum's varied and well presented sites.