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The Rotunda Hagley Hall, Hagley

The Rotunda Hagley Hall, Hagley, Stourbridge, Worcestershire DY9 9LG View on map

Rotunda. 1747 by John Pitt of Encombe. Sandstone ashlar. Two-stepped circular base on which stand eight Ionic columns with entasis; the lower half of each column is vermiculated; above is entablature with dentilled cornice and domical roof of which little survives. Stands at the head of a valley facing the north-east elevation of Hagley Hall and in which was originally situated a cascade and a Palladian bridge, also designed by Pitt.


Opening Arrangements

Park not open to the public yet but visits can be arranged by appointment.

Admission Charges

  • Other Charges: A full park group visit is charged at £10.00 pp


1/2 mile north-east of Hagley Hall, Worcestershire. Rail: Hagley (1.5 miles)

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

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