Learning

Children hiding behind a tree at Moseley Old Hall © Charles Gibson

Children hiding behind a tree at Moseley Old Hall

Learning in the footsteps of a king

Moseley Old Hall is the home that saved a king. Discover the significant part this local place played in giving shelter to Charles II in 1651 when he was escaping from Cromwell's Parliamentary troops.

Our schools programme has had six Sandford Awards.

Our programme

Prices and Membership

Tudor / Stuart History

Children practice pike drill at Moseley Old Hall © Charles Gibson

Living History

£5.50 EGM members / £8.85 non-members

Activity days

£4.20 EGM members / £7.55 non-members

Prices are per child and include admission and all activity materials. Teacher admission is free.

Outdoor activities

How many bugs and wild beasts can you find at Moseley Old Hall © Charles Gibson

'Red Riding Hood' or 'Explore the Woods'

£4.20 EGM / £7.55 non-EGM

 Prices are per child and include admission and all activity materials. Teacher admission is free.

 

Education Group Membership

Children dancing in the barn as part of a school visit to Moseley Old Hall © Charles Gibson

There are great advantages to becoming an Education Group Member of the National Trust - it's also a much lower cost option for schools and other groups, from scouts to the Open University.

You can join at the property on the day of your visit - please pay by cash or cheque.

Contact us

Children drink the health of Charles II at Moseley Old Hall, reenacting his © Charles Gibson

To make a booking or to discuss your visit, contact our Learning Officer, on 01902 625451, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. Or e-mail us.

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