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Old Grammar School, 81 Kings Norton Green

Old Grammar School, 81 Kings Norton Green, Birmingham, West Midlands B38 8RU View on map

Late 15th century house, probably built as the priests house to St Nicholas Church, used as a place of learning. Half-timbered first floor, with faint remnants of Tudor decoration throughout. Schoolmaster and Puritan Thomas Hall taught here from 1629 - 1662. Subjected to decay and vandalism from the 1950s, it was restored after winning the 2004 BBC TV series ' Restoration'. Forms part of Saint Nicolas Place, a group of surviving 15th century buildings which include a Tudor Merchant’s House and church.


Opening Arrangements

Monday - Saturday, 9am - 4pm. Sunday 10am - 3pm.


From M42, turn north at junction 2, A441 towards Birmingham city centre. At fourth traffic island turn first left into The Green. Rail: Kings Norton (10 minute walk). Bus: No's 18, 45, 49, 84, 145 and 146.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes