Spaces for hire at Weoley Castle

from £150
hire fee / per session
Events Space
30
40
Our Events Space is an open-plan multi-functional room with large sliding doors giving views of the 700-year-old remains of Weoley Castle. It is perfect for parties, drinks receptions, children’s parties, and special occasions. With a large outdoor area, guests can enjoy this green and tranquil space whilst soaking up the atmosphere of one of the...

Prices and opening hours

Monday
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
Tuesday
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
Wednesday
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
Thursday
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
Friday
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
Saturday
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
Sunday
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee
9:30 – 16:30
from £150–£300 hire fee

Facilities and catering options

Up to 30
seats
Up to 40
standing
In-house catering
External catering allowed
Parking available
Accommodation available
Promoted / ticketed events
Alcohol provided
BYO alcohol

Location

Alwold Road, Birmingham, B29 5RJ

About Weoley Castle

The ruins of Weoley Castle are over 750 years old and are the remains of a fortified manor house built as a hunting lodge by the Lords of Dudley. The castle once stood within a thousand acres of deer park which extended almost as far as the city center.

The ruins are one of the oldest buildings still visible in Birmingham and are classified as a scheduled Ancient Monument of national importance.

It was called a castle because it had a moat, curtain wall, towers, battlements, and arrow slits as well as an imposing gatehouse and impressive great hall.

There were also private rooms for the lords and ladies of the manor and a kitchen with a large fireplace for cooking. The family had their own chapel and stable range with lodging rooms above, and there was a large brewhouse for beer production.