Things to see & do

A home with royal connections

Stroll by our 17th century style knot garden

Play hide and seek like a king...

Tree hide in Kings Walk Wood at Moseley Old Hall

Hidden in the depths of Kings Walk Wood is our oak tree hide, which is on the route King Charles II took to get to Moseley after he hid in an oak. Would you escape soldiers seeking you?

What's on?

We re-open on Saturday 14 February, so we're looking at recruiting new volunteers for the new year. If you would like to find out more come to our Volunteer Open Afternoon on Monday 2 February.

For families

Moseley has plenty for families with hands-on activities and events.

  • Borrow a tracker pack to explore the story of a king
  • Have a go at a quiz
  • Run around in the garden and woodland

For groups

Groups can arrange for a guided tour of the house and then explore our garden, tea-room, shop and second-hand books. Please email Stephanie Twilley for further information.

Northycote Farm - meet the rare breeds and enjoy their cottage garden © Carol Gosling

Northycote Farm - meet the rare breeds and enjoy their cottage garden

Walk back in time to Moseley Old Hall

If you want to make your visit to Moseley an adventure through local history, you can park for free at nearby Northycote Farm Country Park (run by the local council) and walk over to us. Northycote Farm was built around the same time as Moseley; you can see farm animals and there are toilets and a tea-room.