Visiting Little Moreton: What you need to know

The south range at Little Moreton Hall with blue sky

We are delighted to welcome you to Little Moreton Hall. Please read this article so that you are prepared for your visit.


You no longer need to pre-book your visit to Little Moreton Hall. Just turn up and enjoy.

Parking and when you arrive

All visitors need to go into the Welcome Building in the car park on arrival, after parking, to gain admission to the Hall.

Staying safe

The safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff remains our top priority.

In England, wearing a face covering is a personal choice, although they are recommended in crowded and enclosed places.

If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit.


There are toilet facilities available on site. The accessible toilet is at the Visitor Welcome Building in the car park.

Our tea rooms are open and is serving hot and cold meals and drinks, sandwiches and light snacks. We will continue to maintain high standards of cleanliness and till and collection points will be screened.

Hand sanitiser will be available should visitors wish to use it. Thank you for making this a safe experience for everyone.


If you need to bring a carer or essential companion to accompany you as a disabled visitor, you can now book a carers ticket at the time of booking, free of charge.

The ground floor is manual wheelchair accessible. Unfortunately we are not able to give mobility scooters or motorised wheelchairs access into the Hall building.  The stairs are steep and manual wheelchair users cannot access the first floor.

Please get in touch in advance if you have mobility issues and have any questions about your visit.

Please don't take pushchairs into the Hall. In other areas, some pushchairs may struggle on uneven path surfaces.

We do not allow dogs across the moat to the Hall and garden, apart from guide dogs.