Attractions in Staffordshire

Staffordshire Travel Guide

Staffordshire Attractions Map

Here is listing of ALL attractions in the Staffordshire region. You can sort the results by a number of posible options or search within the results to quickly find what you want. Click on an attraction name for more information, including photos, maps and other nearby attractions

Name Town Organisation Attraction Type Heritage Rating
Ancient High House Stafford Historic Building 4 Heritage Rating
Biddulph Grange Garden Biddulph National Trust Garden 1 Heritage Rating
Chillington Hall Wolverhampton Historic Houses Association Historic House 5 Heritage Rating
Croxden Abbey Croxden English Heritage Abbey 3 Heritage Rating
Ilam Park and Hall Ilam National Trust Countryside 3 Heritage Rating
Ilam, Holy Cross Church Ilam Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Lichfield Cathedral Lichfield Cathedral 4 Heritage Rating
Moseley Old Hall Wolverhampton National Trust Historic Building 4 Heritage Rating
Patshull, St Mary's Church Patshull Churches Conservation Trust Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Shugborough Stafford National Trust Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Stafford Castle Stafford Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Stafford, St Mary's Church Stafford Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Tamworth Castle Tamworth Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Tutbury Castle Tutbury Castle 2 Heritage Rating
Tutbury, St Mary's Priory Church Tutbury Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Wall Roman Site (Letocetum Baths and Museum) Wall National Trust Roman Site 3 Heritage Rating
Wedgwood Museum & Visitor Centre Barlaston Museum 3 Heritage Rating
Weston Park Shifnal Historic Houses Association Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Whitmore Hall Newcastle-under-Lyme Historic Houses Association Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Name Town Organisation Attraction Type Heritage Rating

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This Day in British History

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Richard II crowned

Richard was the son of Edward, the Black Prince, and succeeded his grandfather, Edward III

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Bradnop (Self catering)
Gorsthead Mill Farm, Bradnop

Gorsthead Mill Farm

This luxurious detached cottage with a separate first floor annexe is in the village of Bradnop near Leek and sleeps up to twelve people in five bedrooms.
Sleeps 12

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Farley (Self catering)
Heythrop, Farley

Heythrop

This semi detached stable conversion is located in Farley just a short walk from Alton Towers and can sleep ten people in five bedrooms.
Sleeps 10

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Stafford (Hotel)
Weston Hall

Weston Hall

Weston Hall originated in 1550 when it was built as a small dower house. In early 2012 the Petrouis family took on Weston Hall with a view to making major refurbishments over a 6-month period. After restoring the building to its former glory Weston Hall re - opened on 16th … more >>

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Burton-on-Trent (Hotel)
Dovecliff Hall Hotel

Dovecliff Hall Hotel

Dovecliff Hall Country House is a hidden gem nestled in the delightful Staffordshire countryside. Dating back to 1790 this elegant Georgian House has been fully restored to provide a subtle blend of history with modern comfortable hospitality. Set within seven acres of beautiful gardens and adjacent to the … more >>

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