For families

Have a go at Tudor crafts

Families help to make a willow archer at Little Moreton Hall during Lammas © Emma Williams

Families help to make a willow archer at Little Moreton Hall during Lammas

Have a go at Tudor crafts with our costumed interpreters in the house. Each day has a different activity to try your hand at and there are special activities for each festival.

Play detective with our trails

Children enjoy the trails on offer © National Trust

Children enjoy the trails on offer

Pick up one of our trails from the Visitor Reception to find the answers to the questions at Little Moreton Hall. There are two trails to choose from: a family trail and a 'spot the' trail for our little visitors.

Tudor festivals

Help make a hobby horse to race at midsummer © Emma Williams

Help make a hobby horse to race at midsummer

Throughout the year, you can come and join in with one of our Tudor festivals and experience just how the Tudors would have had fun. There will be different activities running on each event day.

Play a Tudor board game

Play Tudor board games at Little Moreton Hall © Emma Williams

Play Tudor board games at Little Moreton Hall

Fancy seeing what the Tudors did for fun? There are Tudor games to play with in the house and in the orchard, when it's a nice day.

Have some outdoor fun

Children love our orchard mound! © Emma Williams

Children love our orchard mound!

Our small orchard and large front lawn are the perfect setting for letting off steam. Roll down the mound in our orchard or play a game of Tudor football. Just watch out for the moat!

  • Have a go at Tudor games © Paul Harris

    What to do in the rain

    Join in with activities inside the hall, such as Tudor games and making crafts with a costumed guide.

  • Have a go at Tudor games © Emma Williams

    What to do in the sun

    Have a picnic or a game on the front lawn at Little Moreton Hall in front of the beautiful house.

How was the hall made?

How was glass made in the 1500s?

Our new exhibition around the hall is nearly ready! Visit us after Easter to find out how the hall was built as you wander around.

Great for when the kids are learning about Tudor times at school.

50 things you can do here

  • Run around in the rain (no.6)
  • Fly a kite (no.7)
  • Play in the snow (no.15)
  • Make a daisy chain (no.16)
  • Make a grass trumpet (no.25)
  • Catch a falling leaf (no.33)

Simply explore

Read all about the Long Gallery at Little Moreton Hall whatever your age

Read all about the Long Gallery at Little Moreton Hall whatever your age

A little hall full of places to explore.

Look out for the Tudor toilets, the wibbly wobbly floors, spiral staircases and our feathered friends on the moat.

Can you spot the dog kennel too?

Fuel up

Outside dining at Little Moreton Hall

Our pantry and little tea-room both serve choices for all the family including kids' lunch boxes. Visit our Eat page to see our full menu.

When the weather is fine, we also have a yummy ice-cream kiosk serving Snugburys ice-cream.

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