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The Weather in Stourbridge
Here is our climate diagram for Stourbridge. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Discover the secrets of Stourbridge from a holiday letting
Known for its glass industry and as the origin of America's first locomotive, Stourbridge is a large town in England's West Midlands. Holiday cottages here border the 'Black Country' – which is known for its coal and boasts a proliferation of charming villages, canals, and verdant countryside.
Glittering local heritage
Learn about local glass production at the unique Red House Cone. Approximately 225 years of industrial and social glass heritage are housed in this remarkable building. Collections are brought alive with special events and workshops for families.
Come and be awed by the ornate interiors at Hagley Hall. Botanical designs fan out across the walls, amid portraits and landscapes. Afterwards, take a stroll around the sublime Hagley Park, home to rolling lawn, pavilions and herds of deer.
Bounce about at Stourbridge's play centres
Jump around at Boing Zone Trampoline Park, a world of bouncy fun where you can spring and fly to your heart's content. Even toddlers love this gravity-defying leisure centre. There's also a climbing wall, a squishy foam pit, and a dodgeball court, among many other attractions.
You can also head to Chilly Kiddy’s indoor soft play centre. Slide, climb, crawl, and swing through this thrilling soft adventure playground. What's more, there's a relaxing café where parents can enjoy a coffee, or your whole family can enjoy a delicious, healthy meal.
Explore the Black Country
Visit the remarkable Iron-Age Kinver Edge Hillfort and the nearby medieval Rock Houses. Sweeping sandstone Kinver Edge is a paradise for buzzing, twittering wildlife, and unfolds for miles across idyllic heathland.
Don't miss King Edwards College, a grammar school founded in 1552, whose prestigious alumni include Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant and literary great, Samuel Johnson.
Discover the picturesque beauty of Oldswinford. Explore the area around the historic St Mary's Church, quaint cottages, and a traditional English pub.
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