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Bromwich Hall Museum- West Bromwich Manor House Museum

Bromwich Hall, Hall Green Road, WEST BROMWICH, West Midlands, B71 2EA

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Murder, grave robbing and insanity are all part of the story of this fascinating and unique building - the Manor House or Bromwich Hall has seen it all. Built by Richard de Marnham in the 1270s, Bromwich Hall is now probably one of the most important surviving medieval timber framed buildings in the Midlands and the most recent building to become part of Sandwell Museum Service.

The construction of its great hall is thought to be the earliest of this type of construction in the country in a standing building.

Over its 750 year history Bromwich Hall has been the home of a number of notable residents including the Solicitor General to Charles I. It has also been the home of ordinary families when it became tenements in the later 1800s. The site was a public house from the 1960s and when it first opened was an extremely prestigious venue, where VIPs would dine. The pub closed in 2009 and the building is now back in the guardianship of Sandwell Council and looked after by Sandwell Museum Service.

You can now experience Bromwich Hall with our 3D tour

Entrance to Bromwich Hall

Entrance to the site is via large double gates and down the driveway. Please look for signs as to which entrance to use as this may differ depending on the activity.

You can drive onto site and then turn right onto our free onsite parking.

Entrance to the museum is free although there may there may be a small charge for some events and activities.

Assistnace dogs only on site please.

Fancy a cuppa?

You can get tea, coffee, cold drinks and snacks in our tearoom. You are also welcome to bring a picnic to enjooy in the grounds


Unfortunately due to the nature of the site accessibility is limited. We do have a ramp to help you over the bump to the path to the rear of the house where we can provide a temporary ramp into the back door and the great hall. If you are with another person then pop into the house to ask staff to engage the ramp or call ahead so that we can be ready for your visit. Although accessibility is limited to the ground floor we do have photos of the other rooms and a 3D tour will be coming soon!

You can view our online Visit England accessibility guide here.

We are unable to accommodate pushchairs inside the house. Please leave pushchairs where directed by our 'pushchair park' sign.

Events and activities

The site has a lively programme of events and activities throughout the year for all ages to enjoy including school holiday fun, talks, theatre, live music and our big medieval re-enactment in september! So keep an eye on our events page for more details.

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Creative learning session for schools and educational groups

Sandwell Museums delivers and exciting learning programme helping to deliver concepts and topics around the national curriculum.

Find out more about how learning sessions in museums can benefit your class or group.

Collections online.

You can discover and explore some of our museum collections online at the following websites.


Explore oil paintings and sculpture in public ownership at artuk.org/

Find out more about our world famous Ruskin Pottery Collection


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      Free on-site parking is available.

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      • Guide Dogs Permitted
      • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors

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      • On site parking
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      Tel: 0121 588 2985

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      Opening Times

      * April- October. The museum is open Tuesdays 11am-3pm also the 3rd weekend of the month 11am-3pm (20/21 April, 18/19 May, 15/16 June, 20/21 July, 17/18 Aug, 14/15 September, October 19.20, November 16/17

      December - open for our festive events and activities

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