Swinging open the doors to Tommy Shelby’s home, Arrow House (or Arley Hall, as we civilians know it) will allow guests to walk its mahogany halls just as the Shelby’s do, as part of a rare open day that happens just a couple of times a year.
Lifting the veil of the historic house between the 26th and 29th March, fans of Peaky Blinders will be able to see the gangster boss’s home with their own eyes, including the opulent dining room and his office which appear in numerous episodes.
Used since series three of the hit BBC show – when Tommy finally raised the ranks and became the wealthy gangster that we know him as now in series six – the beautiful hall consists of tons of rooms that guests will be able to explore, including the absolutely beautiful library that doubled up as Tommy’s office in the show. Visitors can also check out the grand dining room space, too, which has seen stars such as Cillian Murphy (Tommy), Helen McCrory (Polly) and Joe Cole (John) grace its table.
After sashaying up the marvellous, grand staircase – which is often thought of as one of the most impressive elements of the house – guests will be able to see Tommy Shelby’s bedroom (where, unfortunately, Cillian Murphy will not be), alongside the Emperor’s bedroom, where Neopolitan III actually stayed during the late 1800s.
Elsewhere at the hall, guests can also explore the stunning grounds and gardens – the driveway, of which, has been used multiple times on the show and will be the most recognisable to fans.
The gardens can be explored all year round, and feature eight beautiful acres of formal, landscaped garden. Expect woodlands, colourful flowers and even an arboretum – alongside a fantastic barn-style cafe where you can wind down afterwards.