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Hagley Hall

Hall Dr, Hagley, Stourbridge DY9 9LG, UK

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Clent Hills2.54km from Hagley Hall

The Clent Hills lie 10 miles south-west of Birmingham city centre in Clent, Worcestershire, England.  It is the most popular hillwalking hill in the range, although it is not often mentioned because the whole area is referred to as Clent Hills. Just under a million visitors a year are estimated to come to the hills, making them Worcestershire's most popular non-paying attraction.

Mary Stevens Park3.47km from Hagley Hall

Mary Stevens Park is a public park located in Norton, Stourbridge, West Midlands, UK. Opened to the public in 1931, it attracts 1.3 million visitors per year and is approximately 13.65 hectares. It is one of four of Dudley’s Healthy hubs, which aim to provide the community with outdoor venues where people of all ages and abilities can come along to get active and have fun in a safe, pleasant outdoor environment.  The park has a number of architectural features including the War Memorial and the

Waseley Hills Country Park5.79km from Hagley Hall

Waseley Hills Country Park is 150 acres a Country Park and Local Nature Reserve owned and managed by Worcestershire County Council's Countryside Service. It consists of rolling open hills with old hedgerows, pastures and small pockets of woodland with panoramic views over Worcestershire, England. The park contains the source of the River Rea. The hills form part of the watershed between the Rea valley and that of the river Salwarpe, and thus between the catchments of the rivers Trent and Severn.

Red House Glass Cone6.18km from Hagley Hall

The Red House Glass Cone lies in the heart of the Glass Quarter, Stourbridge, West Midlands. It was built at the end of the 18th century and used for the manufacture of glass until 1936. It was used by the Stuart Crystal firm till 1936, when the company moved to a new facility at Vine Street It is now one of only four left in the United Kingdom and is currently maintained as a museum by Dudley Council.

Haden Hill House6.21km from Hagley Hall

Haden Hill House Museum in Cradley Heath is a late Victorian gentleman's residence furnished in period style, surrounded by 55 acres of award-winning parkland. Although the Victorian house is furnished as a museum with Victorian objects, Haden Old Hall is now largely a shell with some furniture and interpretation after it was damaged by fire and partly restored. It is now a perfect setting for the small and intimate wedding ceremonies.

Saltwells Local Nature Reserve6.29km from Hagley Hall

Saltwells Nature Reserve is one of the largest urban nature reserves in the UK. It is home to ancient bluebell woods, dragonfly filled wetlands and orchid covered grasslands making it well worth exploring.   The reserve, created in 1981, covers 247 acres and includes Saltwells Wood and part of Netherton Hill within its boundaries. The reserve encloses two Sites of Special Scientific Interest and one scheduled ancient monument.

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Worcestershire is a non-metropolitan administrative, ceremonial and historic county, located in the West Midlands region of England. The area that is now Worcestershire was absorbed into the unified Kingdom of England in 927, at which time it was constituted as a county.