Facilities and access at Little Moreton Hall
We have a useful access guide to Little Moreton Hall so you can plan ahead, and our team are always on hand to help when you're here at the property.
Little Moreton Hall is a Tudor house built over 500 years ago with a cobbled courtyard, low doorways, spiral staircases and uneven floors. We've put together an access guide to help you identify any issues you may have with access before your visit. You can download this below.
Our team will help you in any way possible either prior to visiting or on the day, to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable time.
- Designated mobility parking in main car park
- Manual wheelchairs available to borrow
- Braille guide
- Induction loop in welcome building
- Virtual tour showing upstairs rooms in 3D
- Radio hearing system on guided tours
- Steep spiral staircase to upstairs and cobbled courtyard
- You're welcome to take photos in the house (no flash or tripods please)
- Dogs are welcome on leads on the front lawn and car park areas, but aren't allowed within the moated area or in the courtyard of the house (except guide dogs)
Family & children
- Baby-changing facilities
- Front-carrying baby sling and hip-carrying infant seats for loan
- Pushchairs cannot be taken into the hall but can be left safely on the bridge when you arrive
- Children's lunch boxes available from the tea rooms