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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: Rik Sowden


  • Adult - £9
  • Concession - £7
  • Child (3-15) - £3
  • FREE entry to shop, café and grounds.
  • Annual Membership is available, which allows unlimited access to Birmingham Museums’ museums and heritage sites.

Opening Hours

  • Aston Hall is open Wednesday - Sunday until the end of October.

    The mansion will be open from 12noon until 4pm via timed entry. Last entry is 3pm.

    The Stable Yard Café and gardens will be open from 11am until 4pm.

    Closed: Aston Hall will be closed on Aston Villa FC home games and for private hire. Please check the Aston Hall website (https://www.birminghammuseums.org.uk/aston) or contact the site directly to confirm opening hours.


  • Shop.
  • Tea room.
  • Toilets.


  • Self-guided visits
  • 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.