The sixth and final series of Peaky Blinders is back and bringing all the tension and drama we love from the Shelby family. 

The series has seen Tommy leave Birmingham and return to his mansion where he lives with Lizzie and his son, Charles, and daughter Ruby. 

The series has been filmed all over the country, including Dalton Mills in Keighley, West Yorkshire and Castlefield in Manchester. 

But where is the incredible mansion located? 

Tommy Shelby's house in Peaky Blinders

The house used in the famous series is Arley Hall, in Northwich, Cheshire. 

The Hall was built in 1832 and is owned by Viscount Ashbrook. 

It has also been host to  Coronation Street, Cold Feet, The Voice, Tonight with Trevor McDonald and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

The Hall is open to the public and guests can visit for the day, or plan an event there.