Morville Hall open days

Morville Hall is just up the road from Dudmaston and opens on selected Fridays and Saturdays throughout the summer.

  • Booking not needed

Originally an Elizabethan House, Morville was extensively enlarged around 1750, giving it the appearance of a Georgian Home.


Event ticket prices
  • Adult £4.00
    non member admission
  • Child £2.00
    non member admission

The basics

Assistance dogs are welcome.
Admission charges apply. Free entry for NT Members. During opening times refreshments will be available from St Gregory the Great Church (not NT). Please pop along for a cup of tea and maybe a slice of delicious, homemade cake. All proceeds go towards the upkeep of the church.


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
13 September 2019 12:00 - 17:00 Available
14 September 2019 12:00 - 17:00 Available

Contact Info

Visitor Services
Call 01746 782832

Upcoming events

Costume Exhibition: Connecting the Estate

Wed 17 Jul 2019
Discover how a forester's tools and uniform has changed over the last 100 years.

If Pairing Were Power...

Wed 17 Jul 2019
A new artwork for Dudmaston, shaped by visitors, made by artist Faye Claridge.

Forest School in Comer Woods with Take a Leaf

Fri 19 Jul 2019
Bring your little ones for a morning of Forest School outdoor fun with Susie Pitt from Take a Leaf Forest School. Join us at Heath Barn in Comer Woods, on the Dudmaston Estate.

'50 things' No. 13 Make a mud creation

Wed 24 Jul 2019
Join us for an afternoon of mud, marvellous mud! Have a go at No. 13 Make a Mud Creation from the National Trust's 50 things to do before you're 11¾.

Come out and play in Comer Woods

Wed 24 Jul 2019
Join us in Heath Meadow for playtime this summer. Have a game of bat and ball or try your hand at soft archery - there's something for everyone to try.

Outdoor theatre - Gangsta Granny

Tue 30 Jul 2019
Gangsta Granny is the tale of a bored boy who discovers his kindly grandma was a former jewel thief. Together they hatch a plan to steal the Crown Jewels... what can go wrong?