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Group Visits & Tours

Known as the ‘hidden gem’ of North Warwickshire, a group day out to Middleton Hall & Gardens offers a unique experience. Whether your interests lie in history, gardening, architecture, flora and fauna, shopping, promenading or relaxing; Middleton Hall has something to interest everyone.

Tours of the Hall and gardens offer visitors an exclusive experience of our heritage. If you opt for a Hall tour, our expert volunteer tour guides will lead you on a journey through our fascinating history which encompasses 900 years of exploration, discoveries and quirky characters. The oldest building on site dates back to 1285 and is believed to be the oldest domestic building in North Warwickshire.

Our garden tours take you on a walk through the Georgian Walled Garden, heritage orchard, lakeside walk and herb garden. You will uncover the history behind these beautiful locations as well as hearing about the planting schemes and wildlife from our Gardener.

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We are now taking bookings for 2024

Our Guided Tour package is £12.50 per person and includes: hot drinks on arrival, a short welcome talk, either a Hall tour or a Garden tour plus admission to the estate for the whole day.

We welcome organised groups who simply wish to visit the estate and explore at their own leisure, without a tour. If your group is larger than 15 people, please just let us know in advance that you are coming. Our 2023 standard admission is £8.00pp.

How do I book?

Please contact us at bookings@middleton-hall.co.uk or 01827 283095 to arrange your visit.

We offer group bookings for groups between 15 and 50 people

 

Groups welcome Wednesday – Friday.

Prices

2024 prices – start from £12.50 per person

Price includes your entry to the Hall gardens and grounds, either a history or garden tour and welcome refreshments.

Download our 2023 Group Visit Brochure Now:

Lynda, Gnosall Phoenix Club,

visited June 2019. 

“We had a lovely day at Middleton Hall last Wednesday.  We were welcomed by Victoria, had our tea and coffee and a fun and informative introductory talk from Joanna. Paul and Paula then took us on our Garden Tour, they obviously love the garden and their enthusiasm made the tour a delight.  The garden was beautiful and the history brought to life by our guides.”
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