West Bromwich Manor House Museum - A Sandwell & West Midlands Gem!

Bromwich Hall is a Manor House dating to circa 1300, located near Stone Cross in Sandwell, to the north of West Bromwich. A Grade I listed building. Now a museum. Restored in the 1960s.

Where is West Bromwich Manor House Museum?

West Bromwich Manor House Museum is at Hall Green Road, West Bromwich, B71 2EA. Near Stone Cross and the Tame Valley Canal.


In brief

A Grade I listed medieval manor house, built by Richard de Marnham around 1270. Only the Grand Hall survives the original complex of farm buildings. It was saved from demolition in the 1950s by the West Bromwich Corporation. Was restored in 1957, then for a time became a pub and restauant from 1961 under the Ansells Brewery. But The Manor House Pub and Restaurant closed in 2009. It's now a museum, which Sandwell MBC opened in May 2010.

West Bromwich Manor House MuseumWest Bromwich Manor House (November 2013). Photo by Neil Brittain


Contact details

West Bromwich Manor House Museum

Project dates

11 Jan 2024 - On-going


History & heritage, Civic pride, Classic Architecture


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Jonathan Bostock

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