An introduction to Burntwood

Forming part of the Lichfield District, Burntwood is a town in the south of Staffordshire. The Staffordshire Hoard, the largest hoard of Saxon metalwork ever uncovered, was found in a field just outside the town limits. Samuel Johnson, a distinguished and influential contributor to English literature, opened an academy in the Nearby town of Edial in the early 18th century. Burntwood is home to Prince’s Park, the smallest park in Britain.

Welcome to Lichfield

A 10-minute drive from Burntwood, Lichfield is the main heritage city in Staffordshire, and the centre of a small, yet active, contemporary arts culture. Lichfield boasts a wide range of things to see and do, attracting many families and couples on short breaks in the Staffordshire area. From the thrilling theme park rides of Drayton Manor to the serene, humbling expanse of the National Memorial Arboretum, Lichfield has something to suit any kind of visit.

Take your seat at The Lichfield Garrick

The Lichfield Garrick is a modern, purpose-built theatre Near the centre of Lichfield. Since opening in 2003, it’s hosted an eclectic range of conventional and experimental drama, comedy, musical, and family-friendly entertainment. With over 400 performances a year, and boasting a UK Theatre Award for the West Midlands’ most welcoming theatre, the Lichfield Garrick is certainly worth a visit when you’re in the area.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Burntwood? Travelodge Birmingham Hilton Park M6 Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Rugeley Hotel.