Little Moreton Hall, A Step Back In Time

Gaze at the drunkenly reeling South Range, cross the moat and marvel at the cobbled courtyard before you enter a Hall full of surprises. The skill of the craftsmen fascinates as you climb the stairs to the Long Gallery – imagine life here in Tudor times. The various delights of this unique property include some remarkable wall-paintings and a pretty Knot Garden. Colourful tales of both the Moreton family and this iconic building are revealed to you by our tour guides. Delicious home-baked local food and a visit to the shop complete your day

Don’t miss;

  • Discover the fascinating history on a free guided tour.
  • See elaborately carved timbers and patterned glass.
  • Admire the Knot Garden and relax in the tranquil orchard.

Take a trip back to the era of the Tudors at National Trust location Little Moreton Hall in Cheshire.

Here the architecture and historical lore is sure to draw inspired thinkers and imaginations alike; parents will love the chance to inspire a little history lesson to their children but the kids won’t ever know they are in fact learning as they will be too busy wondering just what it would be like to grow up in such a time.

When you come to Little Moreton Hall you will of course have the privilege to peruse the various expansive rooms and fine artwork lining the walls but you can also take advantage of a guided tour completely free of cost. Among the many relics there are patterned glassware and timbers that are carved in addition to the wall paintings and the tour doesn’t end at the hall itself as there is the accompanying garden as well.

Finish off the rounds by sampling one of the tasty treats being served up fresh highlighting the best in best of local fare and of course select a memoriam of time well spent at the gift shop.

National Trust’s Little Moreton Hall is both a relaxing retreat but also a venue to take in some quality theatre. There are a variety of re-enactments and musical shows to display the taste of the era which all patrons will no doubt delight in. There are also featured arts and craft exhibits and other activities for one and all to take part in.

This wondrous National Trust locale is now open at; then starting after Easter, extends those days to Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Friday as well.

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