Visit Hagley Hall

We will be open for tours from

Monday 9th January to Sunday 12th March 2017 (inclusive)

***House closed on Thursday 23rd February***

Due to Hagley Hall being a privately owned stately home we are unable to open to the public all year round. We are only open on the above dates. 

Guided tours: 1.30pm and 3.00pm
House closes at 4.30pm


Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children ) £25.00
Adults £10.00
Children (under 12yrs) £5.00
Students £5.00
Seniors (age over 60 yrs) £7.50


Toasted Teacake or Cake with tea/coffee £4.00
Soft drinks £1.50 each
Extra tea/coffee £2.00 per cup

If you require more information then please contact us on

Tel: 01562 887290 or  Email:

Frequently Asked Questions

Do we need to book?

There is no need to book in advance, if you are NOT a large group.

Can we use the tearoom if we don't want a tour of the house?

Yes (please see opening times)

Where do we park?

Parking is free. There are signs to direct you to our car park (please enter via the main entrance).

Can we pay by debit/credit card?


We are members of the HHA, will our admission be free?

Yes. Please bring proof of membership

We are members of the National Trust, will our admission be free?

We are not a National Trust property.

Is there a lift?

We do not have a lift for public use.

Do you have wheelchair Access?

Unfortunately, due to the age of the house we can only accommodate wheelchairs on the ground floor (our State Rooms are on the 1st floor).

Is the tour suitable for my children?

Children are welcome although, the tour is guided and last for up to an hour, this is a long time to keep a young child's attention.

Can we visit St John's Church?

Yes, the Church is open from 10am to 4pm (approx times). Please telephone the Parish Office for confirmation of open times 01562 886363.

Can we bring a picnic?

Unfortunately we do not have picnic areas around the House. However, the tearoom is available for Tea/coffee/soft drink & cake.

Are dogs allowed?

We only permit guide dogs in the house.