Stafford has got so much going for it.
The Ancient High House
Originally built in 1595 and now fully restored, the house features a Civil War Room visited by King Charles I or the Victorian room displaying 19th century life.
- Stately Home
Built by William the Conqueror, the castle has dominated the Stafford landscape for over 900 years. Visitors can follow the castle trail, explore the ruins and take in the splendour of views from the hill top.
- Over 50s
St Chad's Church
Dating back to the 12th century, the church features painted and gilded altarpiece by Sir Walter Tapper and a striking church organ, built in 1881, loving restored thanks to a National Lottery Heritage grant.
The Wolseley Centre
A network of paths guide visitors around 26 acres of beautiful grounds and wildlife-friendly display gardens including three lakes and a children's play trail.
- Nature Reserve