A landlocked gem in the West Midlands, Staffordshire is truly surprising. Towering cliffs in the Peak District, cool and leafy woodlands with free roaming monkeys and beautiful heather heathlands unspoilt for hundreds of years at Cannock Chase. Amongst a delightful array of towns and villages lies Lichfield where the Staffordshire Hoard was discovered, the most important collection of Anglo-Saxon objects in the whole of England.
The county town of this picturesque setting is stylish Stafford. A beautiful mix of architectural styles, Stafford features Norman churches, Tudor and Stuart buildings alongside the Gothic Borough Hall making it the perfect destination for your next murder mystery event!
Murder Mystery Evenings In Staffordshire
Murder Mystery Venues in Staffordshire
Here are a few venue recommendations in Staffordshire 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.
Hoar Cross Hall
An elegant and distinguished Stately Home hidden away in 100 acres of unspoilt English countryside, Hoar Cross Hall
is one of our favourite places in the Midlands. The Drawing Room is sumptuously stylish with a grand marble fireplace and it overlooks the terrace and dreamy gardens. Ideal for our Who Killed His Lordship?
Mercure Burton upon Trent Newton Park
A grand 18th-century Italian style country manor, Newton Park
is beautifully set in eight acres of private grounds. Intricate stained glass windows overlooking the landscaped gardens and ornate oak walled rooms make this venue perfect for Murder at Bracket Hall
or any of our exciting murder mystery evenings
The Moat House
In the very heart of rural Staffordshire lies The Moat House
. This 14th century moated manor house is a charming award-winning hotel and restaurant. The Colin Lewis Suite in particular, offers rustic exposed oak beams and an inglenook fireplace which oozes medieval character and was meant for our One Fatal Knight