The Other Side of the Hall

A visitor explores The Other Side of the Hall

Experience a different side to Little Moreton Hall as you explore areas with a more recent story to tell. The former staff flat is open until 3 November and this is the last chance to see it set up as a family home.

In this exhibition ‘The Other Side of the Hall’ you’ll discover the stories of four families from the twentieth century who lived here, from a young couple to new parents. Who were these modern inhabitants and what it was like to live in a wonky Tudor house in an era when boxy new builds and high rise flats are all the rage?

Step into areas that have been recreated to reveal more about the occupants who lived here with video interviews, personal photographs and their own unique stories. Even though the Hall itself has changed very little in the last 500 years, it has been the home of many life changes and memory making moments including engagements, new born babies and festive celebrations.

Through the four stories of staff who have recently lived at Little Moreton Hall, the exhibition tells the modern story of this remarkable Tudor survivor and give a unique perspective on the conservation of the Hall and what it means to work for the National Trust.

Normal admission charges apply for the property.