Sunday to Wednesday: 11am – 4pm, April – October
Additionally: The second Saturday of the month between April – October, 11am – 4pm.
Between October – March, we are open for special event days only.
Middleton Hall Courtyard open all year round.
Shops open Wednesday – Sunday, 10am – 4:30pm (some businesses have additional opening days, please see individual websites).
Coffee shop open 7 days a week, 9:30am till 4:30pm.
Things To Do, Licensed Wedding Venues, Wedding Reception Venues, Conference Facilities, History & Heritage, Shopping, Places to Visit, Rural Escapes, Baby Changing, Coach Parties Accepted, Conferencing, Food & Drink, Café Included, Corporate Hospitality, Room Hire, Public Toilets, On-site Catering, Parking, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchairs Available, Weddings & Conferences, Facilities
Middleton Hall & Gardens is a hidden gem set in 42 acres of the peaceful North Warwickshire countryside and run by an independent charitable trust.
Middleton has two entries in the Domesday book and the oldest building on site dates from 1285. Elizabeth I stayed at the Hall for a week in 1575 and it was home to the father of natural history, Francis Willughby FRS and John Ray.
Our more recent history tells the story of the Hall’s restoration by an intrepid group of volunteers who formed the Middleton Hall Trust. We have beautiful formal gardens, one of the earliest examples of a heated Walled Garden in the country.
We are a Site of Special Scientific Interest with nature trails around the oldest man-made lake in Warwickshire. The Hall is home to the Peel Society Museum (entrance to this museum included in admission to the Hall). We open to the public as an historic house and gardens but also host weddings, private parties and tours.
Hidden behind our Tudor Barn are a coffee shop and several independent small businesses where you can purchase anything from antiques to baby clothes, or even book a spa treatment. During your visit, you may also like to take a walk around the gorgeous Middleton Lakes RSPB Reserve which is located on the land that used to be part of the Middleton Estate pre-1966.
Parts of the downstairs are wheelchair accessible, some ground floor rooms have steps and uneven floors. First floor not wheelchair accessible, there is no lift. All stair cases have handrails. Interactive display available for all visitors on ground floor. Gardens and grounds are wheelchair accessible, weather dependent. Use of one wheelchair available.
No dogs expect for guide dogs are allowed in the house. Dogs on a lead are allowed in the gardens and grounds.