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Forge Mill Farm

Formerly a working dairy farm Forge Mill is open as a visitor attraction showing where Jersey Cows used to be milked in the milking parlour.

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Haden Hill House

A restored Grade II Listed Victorian house, built for George Alfred Haden-Best last of the Haden family connected with the estate and part of a family that is 900 years old.

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Halesowen Abbey

In 1214, King John gave the manor of Hales, Shropshire, to Peter des Roches, Bishop of Winchester, to build there a religious house of ‘whatever order he pleased’. The abbey at Halesowen was established four years later. Dedicated to the Virgin and St John the Evangelist.

Moseley Old Hall from the 'Knot Garden'

Moseley Old Hall

Moseley Old Hall is an Elizabethan farmhouse that gave refuge to Charles II as he fled for his life after teh Battle of Worcester in 1651.

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New Art Gallery

The New Art Gallery Walsall offers an exiting contemporary and historic exhibition programme alongside the permanent display, the Garman Ryan Collection.

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Oak House Museum

Elizabethan period timber-framed yeoman's house with lantern tower and many panelled rooms.

Patshull Park Hotel, Golf & Country Club

Patshull Park has long been a popular venue for golfers in the Midlands. You will love the challenge of our superb golf course, you will enjoy good food and you can be sure of having a great day thanks to our dedicated and experienced staff.

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Perton Park Golf Club

Set on the edge of beautiful Staffordshire close to the Shropshire border and Located only six miles from Wolverhampton City Centre, Perton Park Golf Club is a charming parkland course in a peaceful easily accessible environment.

priory sandwell valley

Priory Sandwell Valley

Whether your interests lie in birdwatching, walking, sports, or just being in the great outdoors, you are sure to find something to do in Sandwell Valley.

Red House Glass Cone

Red House Glass Cone

Lying in the heart of the Stourbridge glassmaking industry, the Red House Glass Cone was built at the end of the 18th century and was used for the manufacture of glass until 1936. Reaching 100 feet, Glass Cones within the Stourbridge area were commonplace. Today, it is the only complete Glass Cone in the area and one of only four left in the United Kingdom. With the aid of film, free audio guides, exhibits and live demonstrations, you can now explore the Cone's 200 years of glassmaking history. The cone has a large gift shop and is also home to a number of designer-maker studios. Glassmaking demonstrations take place from 1.30pm-3.30pm weekends, during school holidays and for pre-booked groups. Guided tours are available for a small charge and they must be booked in advance. The recently opened the Red Cone Coffee House offers an extensive menu including freshly ground coffee, real Belgian hot chocolate and a menu for children.

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