Things to see & do

There's always something interesting going on

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Celebrate Midsummer

Join our Midsummer celebrations

Join our Midsummer celebrations

Come and celebrate the arrival of summer during our Midsummer celebrations in June.

Midsummer was a time to give thanks for the sunshine and water that nourished the crops. We will be preparing for the celebrations between Wed 10 - Fri 19 June and hosting the festivities on Sat 20 & Sun 21 June.

Take part in parades and dances over the weekend accompanied by music from historical group Piva.  Our younger visitors can also make small hobby horses to take home too.  Find out more details here.

No Straight Lines

Contemporary textiles come together for exhibition

Contemporary textile artists Cheshire Textiles will be exhibiting work inspired by the hall during May, June and July.

Come along from Wednesday 13 May - Sunday 12 July during normal opening hours to view the exhibition.


A Tudor tester bed in all its glory at Little Moreton Hall © Alan Ingram

A Tudor tester bed in all its glory at Little Moreton Hall

We love our bed!

We're still very excited about our full tester bed in the South Chamber.

Read about why it was commissioned and how our visitors can learn about the bed habits of the Tudors!

Outdoor theatre

We're excited to be hosting 2 outdoor theatre productions this year.  

Alsager Community Theatre presents an adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tempest in July.

Folksy Theatre presents Hamlet in August.


Find out how the hall was built

Admire the views from the long gallery at Little Moreton Hall

Our old exhibition about how the hall was built was in need of an update!

The new displays have now been installed around the hall and we'd love to hear what you think. Please email us or fill in a comment card during your visit.


Don't miss!

To mark the centenary of the First World War, Dunham Massey Hall will re-open as the Stamford Military Hospital for 2014 & 2015. Discover the stories of the soldiers, nurses and the family who lived there.