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Gateway to Paradise
Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens represent an example of a 17th-century Jacobean country house including its original landscape. The walled gardens, owned by Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens Trust, cover 10 acres of land, and provide visitors with a view of a formal English garden design.
The estate is situated a mere 5 miles from the city’s center, as Birmingham has appeared to develop around it.
The Castle Bromwich Hall was built by Sir Edward Devereux in 1599, and later sold to Sir John Bridgeman I in 1657. Around 1700, Bridgeman made many changes to the hall and the gardens.
Unfortunately, the Castle Bromwich Hall is not open to the public, but guided tours allow visitors to explore the gardens around the house. The Gardens include a Holly Maze and over 600 species of plants from 1680-1740.
Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens
Chester Road, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
Phone: +44 121 749 4100
Open Hours: Monday - Thursday 9-30 am to 4-00 pm Friday 9-30 am to 3-00 pm
Price: Cost money