A relatively small market town in Medieval times, Birmingham became a shining beacon of the Enlightenment movement in the Midlands throughout the 18th century. Hailed as the ”first manufacturing town in the world”, it pioneered important worldwide developments in science, technology and economic reform. One of our favourite locations for our innovative murder mystery events.
A strong Anglo-Saxon settlement dating from the 6th century, it sits mighty on the Birmingham Plateau 1000 feet above sea level. The city stretches over what was originally the ancient Forest of Arden and its haunted history lives on in Birmingham’s dense oak tree cover.
Murder Mystery Evenings In Birmingham
We can run all of our events in Birmingham:
Murder Mystery Venues in Birmingham
Here are a few venue recommendations in the Birmingham area that are suitable to hold one of our murder mystery events. We may have suggested particular murder mysteries below, but don't be fooled - we can run all of our events at the majority of venues.
This is just a selection of venues available. For even more choice, and for access to our best rates, take a look at our free venue finding service.
Set amid the stunning architecture of Birmingham’s New Street, the Burlington is a haven of luxury and calm in the middle of a bustling and culturally rich city. Rumored to have been Churchill’s favourite Birmingham hotel, the Burlington offers a range of private rooms to host any party and make this a murder mystery night to remember.
A disused Eye Hospital in its former life, Hotel du Vin
is an early Victorian red brick building set in the old city centre. We love this venue’s quirky attitude to fine dining and recommend the Sassicaia room for our Murder at Bracket Hall
. It boasts a number of unique features such as wooden floor boards and an original fireplace.
Deep in Shakespeare Country sits Ansty Hall
, a historic manor house retreat surrounded by eight acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. The Library and the Drawing Room are just right for our period drama Who Killed His Lordship?
or the mysteriously medieval One Fatal Knight