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Aston Hall

Aston Hall

One of England's finest Jacobean mansions, built by Sir Thomas Holte, a Warwickshire landowner, between 1618-1635. Grade I listed. The house boasts some fine interiors including early 17th century plasterwork, wood carving and chimney pieces. Room displays from 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

Great Hall Aston Hall


pictured right: The Long Gallery

Detailed Information


Trinity Road,
Birmingham B6 6JD.
Tel: 0121 348 8100

Contact: Kimberley Biddle


  • Adult - £8
  • Concession - £6
  • Child (3-15) - £3
  • Family of 3 - £17.40
  • Family of 4 - £20.00
  • Family of 5 - £22.60
  • FREE entry to shop, café and grounds.
  • Annual Membership is available, which allows unlimited access to Birmingham Museums’ museums and heritage sites.

Opening Hours

  • From Easter until the end of October, Aston Hall is open Tuesdays - Sundays 11am. to 4pm, closed Mondays except for Bank Holidays.

  • During the Winter period Aston Hall is open Wednesdays and Thursdays by guided tour at 11.30am. 1.00pm. and 2.30pm. The tea room, gift shop and grounds are open 11am. - 4pm.

  • Aston Hall is closed during Aston Villa home match days, and for private functions.
    Please check the Aston Hall website or contact the site directly to confirm opening hours.


  • Shop.
  • Tea room.
  • Toilets.


  • Guided tours (charged).
  • Education programme.
  • Open days.
  • Corporate events.
  • Private hire.
  • Group Visits

Disabled Visitors

Stables Visitor Centre and gardens: full disabled access
House: disabled access to ground floor only

How to get there:

  • Train: to Aston or Witton Stations.
  • Bus: nos. 65, 104, 7, 11, 653 from city centre.
  • Car/coach: The hall is located in Aston Park, 3 miles n. of Birmingham city centre, close to Junction 6 of the M6.


  • Cars: car park on site.
  • Coaches: coach park on site.

Average Length of Visit

1-1+ hours.