Haden Hill House

venue representative image
Food icon Shop icon Study area icon Wheelchair access icon

A Victorian Gentleman’s residence, furnished in period style, and surrounded by 55 acres of beautiful parkland. The magnificent Oak Room is licensed for civil weddings, and conference facilities are also available. Talks, tours and Victorian handling collections are available for a small charge, and we run second world war “Home Front in Sandwell” sessions for schools. Victorian living history is planned. There is a regular changing exhibition programme, and we run holiday and weekend workshops for children. We organise a lively programme of events throughout the year.
There is ample car parking, and the Victorian tearoom is open at weekends. Disabled access is limited to the ground floor.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home

Opening hours

Sat-Thurs 1000-1700
Fri 1000-1630
Last entry 1600
Closed bank holiday Tues & over Christmas

Collection details

Archives, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Personalities, Social History

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days: Haden Hill House Museum - Behind the Red Rope

  • 10 — 11 September 2015

Visit this furnished Victorian gentleman's residence in 55 acres of parkland overlooking the Clent Hills.

As part of a new Heritage Lottery Fund supported project ‘Best’s Angels’ we are giving visitors the opportunity to get behind the red ropes and look into the library and the objects on display there. There will also be an opportunity to peek at our collections store in the attic and see some of the items we have in our collection related to the house and family who lived here 100 years ago.

Suitable for

  • Any age



Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days: Haden Old Hall Open Days (next to Haden Hill House)

  • 12 — 13 September 2015

Haden Hall stands semi-detached to Haden Hill House. The hall is a hodge-podge building with bits added on and bits taken away over the years. It has long been suggested that the building was a Tudor hall but there is no evidence of this and it seems that the original building was probably built in the late 1600s as a farmhouse. The building has suffered dereliction and a serious fire and has been heavily restored. Despite this it is still an interesting building to visit and to enjoy the furnished Victorian house museum next door too!

Suitable for

  • Family friendly



Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days: Haden Hill House and Park - Proms in the Park

  • 13 September 2015

Visit this beautiful furnished Victorian gentleman's residence in Haden Hill park overlooking the Clent Hills and enjoy the live music outside the front of the house.

Enjoy musical entertainment, with jazz from the Martinique Jazz Band, easy listening songs with Ian Casey during the afternoon & early evening, then rousing tunes from Halesowen Brass Band in true flag waving proms style to end the evening. Bring your flags & your picnics and stay all afternoon or just pop in for an hour!

Suitable for

  • Any age



Haden Hill House
Halesowen Road
Cradley Heath
West Midlands County
B64 7JU




01384 569444


01384 412623

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.