Attractions near Dayhouse Farm Fishery

This is a list of the attractions near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this campsite.
Clent Hills (1 Mile)*
Those in need of an antidote to the busy Birmingham suburbs will find a full day of relaxing activities amidst the Clent Hills.
Hagley Hall (3 Miles)*
Hagley Hall and Park are among the supreme achievements of eighteenth-century English architecture and landscape gardening.
Cadbury World (5 Miles)*
Cadbury World has 14 different zones, a separate Museum, the World's Biggest Cadbury Shop and the Cadbury Café to cater for all your chocolate cravings!
Barber Institute of Fine Arts (6 Miles)*
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts has the most outstanding collection of works of art assembled in Britain in the twentieth century and is one of the city of Birmingham's greatest cultural attractions.
Harvington Hall (6 Miles)*
The moated island was made about 1260 and parts of the Hall are medieval, but most of it was built by Humphrey Pakington about 1580.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses (6 Miles)*
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens were opened in 1832. They were designed by JC Loudon, a leading garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher.
Stone House Cottage Gardens (7 Miles)*
Stone House Cottage Gardens is a one acre walled plantsman's garden with towers. A huge range of unusual plants grown - many for sale in the adjoining nursery. Climbing plants are a speciality.
Transport Museum Wythall (7 Miles)*
The Transport Museum, Wythall was founded in 1977 and its three large halls house a broad collection of around 100 buses, coaches, fire engines and battery-electric vehicles from all parts of the Midlands and beyond.
Ikon Gallery (7 Miles)*
Birmingham is home to one of Europe's premier venues for contemporary art, showing exciting, innovative and challenging artists. Since the early 60's Ikon Gallery has championed the work of living artists.
National Sea Life Centre (7 Miles)*
The National Sea Life Centre takes visitors on a spectacular undersea voyage with over 60 displays of freshwater and marine life, creating a wonderland for visitors of all ages.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Dayhouse Farm Fishery

This is a list of the towns near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this campsite.
Halesowen (2 Miles)*
Halesowen is a town in the West Midlands, nine miles south west of Birmingham city centre and close to the M5 motorway.
Cofton Hackett (4 Miles)*
Lye (4 Miles)*
Lye is a leafy suburb between Stourbridge and Halesowen. It is less than two miles from open country, and the landscape is hilly. Lye itself consists chiefly of a main high street, containing all manner of shops.
Barnt Green (4 Miles)*
Bromsgrove (5 Miles)*
Netherton (6 Miles)*
Rowley Regis (6 Miles)*
The secret of Rowley Regis' success is its firm foundations. The Romans first came to the area 2,000 years ago, attracted by the hard rock of the Rowley Hills; the legacy of quarrying is still part of the local landscape.
Chaddesley Corbett (6 Miles)*
Stourbridge (6 Miles)*
The historic glass-producing town of Stourbridge is in the West Midlands, 13 miles west of Birmingham between Dudley and Kidderminster.
Smethwick (7 Miles)*
Smethwick - From a rural community of farms and cottages, through the transformation of the Industrial Revolution to the bustling community of today - in many ways Smethwick is Sandwell in microcosm.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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