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Soho House Museum

Soho House Museum -

Address

Off Soho Road
Soho Avenue
Handsworth
B18 5LB

Contact

Tel : +44 0121 554 9122

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The elegant former home of industrial pioneer, Matthew Boulton from 1766 to 1809. Rooms furnished as they were in Boulton's day. Displays show the story of the house, the Lunar Society and Boulton's businesses at the nearby Soho Manufactory. Community Gallery with changing exhibitions. Period style garden and tearoom.

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By Road

Nearest major road is M5. Turn onto the A41 towards Birmingham and follow the brown tourist signs.

By Public Transport

Nearest station is Birmingham New Street/Snowshill. Taxi or buses 74,78,79 from Bull Street to Soho Hill, opposite the Beehive public house.

Soho House Museum -
Soho House Museum -

Soho House Museum facilities include:

  • Toilets
  • Print in foreign languages
  • Groups accepted
  • Min group size
  • Max group size
  • Café/restaurant

Soho House Museum accessibility includes:

  • Ramp/level access
  • Toilets for disabled visitors
  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors
  • Facilities for hearing impaired visitors
  • Facilities for visually impaired visitors
  • Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)

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