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Iconic Tudor Manor House

‘Logically it should not still be standing up!’

Seeing the tumbling architecture of Little Moreton Hall for the first time, engineers in 1990 could not believe their eyes. Fortunately this timber-framed building, curled around with a scenic moat, has defied logic for over 500 years.

Discover something new

Join in with one of our free guided tours and discover the story of Little Moreton Hall from the first foundations (or lack of) to the present day. Find out about life in the 1600s and discover the root of some common words, including, ‘chairman’ and ‘board-game’.

Knot just a garden

Nestled at the back of the hall is the manicured knot garden.  You’ll also find herbs and vegetables that the Tudors would have used for their cooking and medicines.

We use seasonal produce from the garden in our Mrs Dale's Pantry and Little Tea Room, where a delicious selection home-made cakes, light lunches and afternoon teas are served daily.

Welcome to Little Moreton Hall © Wonder's artwork

Welcome to Little Moreton Hall

Plan ahead

Why not have a look at our little pocket guide before you arrive?

Our little pocket guide helps to set the scene of Tudor life at Little Moreton Hall and explains where to find everything when you get here. It is a PDF file which you can download, print and fold.

Festivals this year

Visit us in May to celebrate a traditional Tudor May Day.

Midsummer in June is followed by Lammas in August and in autumn we celebrate Michaelmas.

Hallowtide in October is followed by Yuletide in December.

Time to sit back

Beautiful hand-made oak benches in the garden of Little Moreton Hall

Relax in the garden as the weather warms up. Our hand-made oak benches include clever rhymes about the Tudor agricultural calendar written by Thomas Tusser in the 1550s.

Keep in touch

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