Set in 180 acres of grounds the original manor - belonging to the Earl of Dudley - was demolished to make way for the 'new' hall which still stands today. Within the grounds is situated a great lake which is fed from a selection of waterfalls, taken from smaller pools. 

Himley Hall is a commanding 18th Century building set amongst 180 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped parkland. Once the family home to the Earls of Dudley and host to royalty and high society, today it is a glamorous setting for civil wedding ceremonies and receptions and other special occasions as well as Indulgent Afternoon Teas. Himley Hall also offers art, photography and craft exhibitions during spring and summer, as well as prestigious conference facilities and guided tours.

Himley Park is now a premier events venue playing host to a variety of outdoor events from charity fun runs and classic vehicle shows to the breathtaking Himley Fireworks display. Visitors may participate in golf, pitch and putt, fishing, orienteering, sailing or just simply a peaceful stroll around the park and picnic. The park is now visited by over 200,000 visitors each year.

Opening times

Himley Hall

Spring and Summer

Tues - Sun: 2pm - 5pm

Bank Holiday Mondays: 2pm - 5pm

Himley Park

Mid Jun - Sep: 7am - dusk

Oct - mid Jun: 7.30am - dusk

Himley Hall & Park,

Himley Park,

Dudley

DY3 4DF

https://himleyhallandpark.co.uk/

Telephone: 01384 817817

Email: himley.hall@dudley.gov.uk