Himley Hall & Park
Himley Hall in South Staffordshire has undergone some changes over the years to become the grand manor house it is today. It was built in the 18th century and was originally a medieval moated manor house frequented by royalty.
It is set in 180 acres of park land with a great lake fed by waterfalls. The hall is a great setting for weddings and also has its own golf club. There are many events in the grounds such as the Dudley classic cars show and bridal fairs, firework displays and craft fairs.
So whether you wish to relax with walks in the grounds, kick a ball around, enjoy a family game of cricket or just watch the world go by Himley has it covered. There's even a cafe (with toilets) if you don't fancy bringing a picnic
Admission is free. Charges apply for events and for parking.
Situated between Kingswinford & Wombourne just off A449 at Himley. Follow the signs for Himley Hall from Dudley
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