Have a traditional Christmas in the Midlands

Make some memories with a traditional Christmas this festive season. Party through the ages, enjoy Tudor feasts and stir the Christmas pudding. Make your own traditions at these places across the Midlands.

Holly leaves and red berries

Christmas through the years at Brockhampton 

There's still time to step into Christmas, sit by the fire and experience a festive time-capsule of eras once passed with the manor dressed for Christmas until Sunday 5 January 2020.

Christmas Swags at Moseley Old Hall

17th Century Christmas at Moseley Old Hall 

Make merry at Moseley Old Hall with a truly traditional Christmas this year.

The upper hall decorated for Christmas at Wightwick Manor

Wightwick's traditional Christmas returns 

Seasonal theatre in the Great Parlour, Father Christmas in his sitting room and traditional decorations in the family rooms . What more could you want from a Wightwick Christmas.

Dried flower as part of the garland for Christmas with Christmas tree in the background

Christmas with the Georgians at Berrington 

Step back in time and celebrate Christmas in true eighteenth-century style.

Children visiting Father Christmas at Croft Castle and Parkland in Herefordshire

1940s Christmas at Croft Castle 

Experience the traditions of a wartime Christmas at Croft.

Relive the 70's and 80's this Christmas at Hanbury

It's Christmaaas! at Hanbury Hall 

The party returns this year! Join us for a nostalgic trip through the sights, sounds and tastes of the Christmas we all remember.

Traditional decorations on a Christmas Tree

A Traditional Victorian Christmas at Sunnycroft 

This Christmas at Sunnycroft, you can see our amazing 16ft Christmas tree festooned with handmade decorations, sing along to traditional carols performed by local groups, warm your hands on an open fire and enjoy treats in the tearoom.

A festive wreath on the door and warm glow through a window.

Christmas through the ages at Canons Ashby 

Join in the festivities of five centuries of Christmas, from the Tudors to the 20th century.