Peaky Blinders exhibition comes to iconic Arley Hall


THE iconic rooms at Arley Hall near Warrington, used in Peaky Blinders will be open and dressed how they were for filming from March 8th-18th.

The Gallery and Drawing Room will be dressed for Tommy & Grace’s wedding and The Library as Tommy’s Office. There will also be 2 original costumes used in the production, Grace Shelby’s coat dress and hat and Aunt Polly’s pale pink evening dress which was worn for her portrait by Ruben Oliver.

Peaky Blinders

For the first time you will be allowed to take photographs of the rooms as you walk around. Why not come dressed up and take a picture as you stand over Tommy’s desk? But don’t worry if you haven’t got an outfit, there will be a selection of coats and hats in one of the rooms that you can try on and get into character.

Open 10am – 4pm (last entry 3pm), free flow through the Hall.
Adult (Pre Booked) £25 Adult (On The Day) £30
Child (4-16) (Pre-booked) £5 Child (4-16) (On The Day) £10
Family (Pre-booked) £55 Family (On The Day) £75
Discounts available for Annual Pass Holders.

Tickets can be used on any day, and include full access to the gardens, café, toilets and includes car parking.
For the non Peaky Blinder fans normal garden entry tickets can still be purchased on the day.
Click here to book tickets


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