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Boscobel House is a picturesque hunting lodge full of secrets and stories. King Charles II took refuge here in 1651 after fleeing for his life following Civil War defeat. Peer into the priest hole where he spent the night and discover the story of his visit as you explore the house. A short stroll away, you can see a descendant of the oak tree in which Charles hid for a day as Cromwell’s soldiers searched for him below.
Plus, experience what life would have been like when Boscobel was a thriving Victorian farm, and meet the resident farm animals in the historic stables, barns, and dairy.
And there’s plenty for families to enjoy too, with an imaginative playground and interactive trail around the house. Book onlinenow to get the best price and enjoy a great value day out at one of the West Midlands’ most unusual historic sites.
Explore the 17th-century garden, recently restored to its former glory
Tuck into something tasty in the tearoom, housed in the old stables
Hide, seek, climb and slide in the new playground
Learn about its history through our our Costumed Storytellers