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Aston Park


Aston Hall is a Jacobean mansion built in the mid-17th century and is now a fascinating museum.

These forty-three acres of picturesque parkland surrounding Aston Hall were originally used as a deer park during the 17th century, before the area was transformed into an elegant pleasure garden.

The park provides a backdrop of mature trees and shrubs, sweeping avenues and constantly changing planting schemes which makes it a great place for a stroll and serves as the perfect complement to the Grade I listed building, built between 1618 and 1635 for Sir Thomas Holte and home to James Watt Junior from 1817 to 1848.

Visitor Access, Directions & Contacts

Access contact details

Please note: The information on this website is advisory, but please always check the website of the house or garden you intend to visit before travelling.

Aston Hall is open Wednesday – Sunday, 12pm – 4pm, with exceptions

Last admission to Aston Hall is at 3pm.
The Stable Yard Café and gardens are open from 11am until 4pm.


Located off the A38 Aston Expressway and next to Villa Park, home of Aston Villa Football Club.

Entrances off Trinity Road, Witton Lane and Upper Thomas Street.
Bus stops on Witton Lane and Upper Thomas Street.

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    Open to the public