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Private Birmingham Ghost Tour: Haunted City Center Exploration Game
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Private Birmingham Ghost Tour: Haunted City Center Exploration Game

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Enjoy a budget-friendly, one-of-a-kind way to explore Birmingham: this self-led smartphone game will bring the city’s spooky history to life. After signing up, download the app and set off at a time that suits you best. You’ll solve clues and discover top landmarks, from the Birmingham Town Hall and the Gas Street Basin to the Hall of Memory. You’ll also hear ghost stories and creepy lore during your tour.
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Ian R wrote a review Mar 2020
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Visited this Tudor House and part of International Women's Day for a tour about Tudoe Women. Fantastic visit where history brought to life by period costumed guides and in particular Shirley who kept our small party wonderfully engaged. Well worth visit to this marvelous property. Parking on site and a very welcoming tea room.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Velda C wrote a review Mar 2020
Bloxwich, United Kingdom45 contributions33 helpful votes
Excellent tour of the house - today’s theme and talk was about ‘Women in Tudor Times’ as it is International Women’s Day this month. Friendly and incredibly knowledgeable volunteers and staff. House is run by the council but they have teamed up with the National Trust enabling half price entry - well worth £7 for two adults. Had the cream tea in the Herb Cafe. Very well presented with really friendly staff. Would thoroughly recommend. A hidden little gem of a property.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Louise R wrote a review Feb 2020
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We went to see the animal man then went around the house/museum.we all enjoyed it and their ages are 8 to 14 . They even did some dressing up when they got too that section in the house. We ate elsewhere on the way home.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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lesley w wrote a review Feb 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom29 contributions6 helpful votes
Visited with my daughter and young grandson for a 'meet the animals' event during halfterm. All of the staff were very friendly and the cafe was clean and tidy and serves a lovely cream tea with massive scones! Only had time for a quick walk around the gardens but we will definetly return in the better weather when all the plants and herbs are out. Also to take a tour around the Hall itself which looked fascinating, even from just the outside. As a dog owner it was nice to see they are welcome on leads and there is outdoor seating to have refreshments and admire the garden.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Shirley C wrote a review Feb 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom33 contributions3 helpful votes
My daughter phoned. 'Mum, do you want to go to a wedding fair?' 'when,' I asked, 'Now,' she replied. So I declined a lift and caught the bus. I used to live near here. I loved seeing this building, attending exhibitions, wandering round the house. I must admit in 15 years in the area I hadn't visited as often as I should have. I attended more often when I lived in north Birmingham. Anyway I wandered through the familiar st, passed the house outside which I found the baby doll, glanced across at my previous flat and headed for Blakesley Hall. The exhibition, the first of its kind was an Alternative wedding fair. It was all about recycling and upcycling. Selling your wedding dress. Oh dear. Natural wedding with non disposables or reusable items. Vegan and vegetarian food. That where I met Sue again. She'd been running Pacha House in Moseley for 4 years. Natural hygiene toiletries. Home made without chemicals. Decorations made at hen parties. I hope to attend another one of these events. Where better to have it than a historic building with ancient apple trees, wild flower and a barn?
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Date of experience: March 2019
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