Hagley Hall, Hall Lane
Hagley Hall, Hall Lane, Hagley, Worcestershire DY9 9LG View on map
Last of the great Palladian Houses built for George Lord Lyttelton in 1760 by Sanderson Miller and situated in Grade I listed parkland. Fine interior plasterwork by stuccadore Francesco Vassalli.
House (including Hall) open 5th January - 1st March 2018, guided tours at 1:30pm and 3pm. Park not open to the public yet but visits can be arranged by appointment.
- Adult: £10.00
- Child: £5.00 (5-14 years old); £3.50 (under 14)
- Other Charges: £7.50 (seniors, students), £25.00 (family ticket - 4)
Off A456, just outside Stourbridge, Hagley Hall is signposted. Rail: Hagley (1.2 mile)
Disabled spaces around the house. All parking free.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes