Plan your visit

Himley park is open to the public, the hall remains closed.

Due the government advice concerning COVID-19 we have unfortunately had to close Himley Hall until further notice.  Himley Hall park and grounds are open. Please follow social distancing and national guidance.


Himley park is open 7am to 7pm daily. Visitors are advised there will be very limited parking available during the testing and some areas of the park will be restricted to the public. Once the park has reached capacity it will close.

The Terrace Hatch will open as normal for take-aways.

Latest advice from Dudley Council


Latest national advice

Park opening times

Himley Park is open every day from 7am - dusk (times vary) mid June - end September.  October - mid June the park is open from 7.30am - dusk (times vary).  Please check with the Hall or Warden for exact times on 01384 817817.  Admission to the park is free.


Car Parking:  Pay and display charges are in operation. - FROM 8 JUNE 2020 PARKING CHARGES WILL BE REINSTATED. 

Tickets are £2 for all day.


Seasonal parking permits available. Please contact us as per the details below for further information.

New permits will run from June 8 2020 to June 7 2021 and cost £62 –

Anyone who has already purchased a pass will have it extended from March 31 2021 to June 7 2021


Parking is free for Blue Badge holders.


PLEASE NOTE: Solid fuel barbecues are not allowed within the park.

PLEASE NOTE: The use of drones in the park is prohibited.

How to find Himley Hall

Himley Hall and Park is situated 4 miles from Dudley on the B4176 and approximately 6 miles from Wolverhampton just off the A449.


The 256 Stourbridge-Wolverhampton bus service runs every 30 minutes along the A449.


Himley Park gates are a 200m walk from the nearest bus stop (A449) and the Hall itself is a 1km walk via the park.


The Hall postcode is DY3 4DF