Places in Staffordshire
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National Trust places in Staffordshire take you right back to the Battle of Worcester in the 1650s and on a trip around the world, this truly is a county worth exploring.
Biddulph Grange Garden
Biddulph Grange Garden is an amazing Victorian garden created by Darwin contemporary, James Bateman. His plant collection comes from all over the world, including his Chinese inspired garden, Himilayan glen and Egyptian pyramid - natural beauty from around the globe all waiting for you to discover.
Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses
An exceptionally unique place to visit is Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses. Take a walk along Kinver Edge and learn all about the people who carved these stunning homes into the sandstone ridge.
Moseley Old Hall
Moseley Old Hall is an atmospheric Elizabethan farmhouse, which houses the priest hole and hiding place of King Charles II while on the run from being defeated at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. Follow the story of the King's dramatic escape from Cromwell's troops.
364 hectares (900 acres) of classical landscape awaits you at Shugborough Estate. The striking Georgian Mansion is the ancestral home of the Earls of Lichfield and houses stunning collections of porcelain for you to admire. Costumed characters will bring your visit to life.
For a day in the Staffordshire outdoors, a visit to Hawksmoor Nature Reserve is a must, an excellent place to spot green woodpeckers, spotted flycatchers and wild flowers.