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Attractions near Highview at Cavershamplace

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Ash End House Children's Farm (4 Miles)*
Touch, see, smell feel and experience all the sights and sounds of a farm. Ash End House Farm is organised specially for children.
Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens (4 Miles)*
These gardens of some 10 acres, are a rare survival of formal garden design of the early 18th Century when gardens were an oasis of elegance and beauty, far removed from the hazardous and hostile world beyond their walls
Middleton Hall (5 Miles)*
The Hall has an interesting architectural history with its earliest buildings dating from c.1300 and other buildings dating from the sixteenth century and the early nineteenth century.
Broomey Croft Childrens Farm (5 Miles)*
Our farm is set in the beautiful North Warwickshire countryside and Children just love to visit our friendly farm with its tame farm animals.
Kingsbury Water Park (5 Miles)*
So much to see and do at Warwickshire's premier waterside attraction! Kingsbury Water Park has 15 lakes situated in over 600 acres of country park.
Drayton Manor Theme Park (6 Miles)*
For total family entertainment visit the award-winning Drayton Manor Theme Park, near Tamworth, Staffordshire.
Blakesley Hall (6 Miles)*
Blakesley Hall has been carefully refurbished and restored. It was re-opened to the public on 4th May 2002. The Hall is a timber-framed farmhouse built, in 1590, by Richard Smalbroke a man of local importance.
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.
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.
Letocetum Roman Site (7 Miles)*
The foundations of an inn and bath house can be seen at Wall Roman Site. The inn provided overnight accommodation for travelling Roman officials and imperial messengers.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Highview at Cavershamplace
Weeford (4 Miles)*
Aldridge (5 Miles)*
Aldridge is a very attractive town, in which each neighbourhood is very well looked after, with trees and well cut grass. There is also a beautiful church, a library, and a tree-lined courtyard including a children's play area.
Birmingham (5 Miles)*
Birmingham is Britain's second largest city and is situated right in the heart of England. Friendly, bustling and thriving, Birmingham is one of our most visited cities and welcomes visitors all year long.
Pelsall (6 Miles)*
Walsall (6 Miles)*
Walsall is an important industrial town in the West Midlands, about 13 miles northwest of Birmingham city centre and close to the M6.
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.
West Bromwich (7 Miles)*
West Bromwich is the borough's largest town and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. At the time Bromwich - 'the little village on the heath of broom' - was among the possessions of William Fitz-Ansculf, Baron of Dudley.
Wednesbury (8 Miles)*
Wednesbury is one of the oldest parts of Sandwell. The 'bury' part of the name indicates there may have been an Iron Age fort or 'beorg' on Church Hill as long ago as 200BC.
Lichfield (8 Miles)*
Located in southern Staffordshire, Lichfield has grown rapidly since the 1950s but retains a peaceful and stately charm due to its historic streets and buildings.The town's most famous son was Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)
Oldbury (8 Miles)*
Oldbury is at the centre of Sandwell, both geographically and as the site of the borough's Council House. The town dates from the 13th century, and for most of its history it was part of the parish of Halesowen in Worcestershire.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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