A visit to the hall

Visit this iconic Tudor manor house that will take your breath away with its wonky angles and quirky character. Built to impress by craftsmen’s hands more than 500 years ago, the hall, with its crooked walls and uneven floors, may seem fragile but it’s a remarkable survivor. Here is a flavour of what to expect from your visit.

The Long Gallery at Little Moreton Hall

Step into our iconic Long Gallery and follow in the footsteps of the wealthy Tudor Moretons.

Tour guide & group in courtyard

Join a guided tour

One of our experienced guides will lead you through the ground floor and tell the story of the hall and its inhabitants. Free tours run regularly throughout the day and last approximately 45 minutes.

Costumed gentlewoman with visitors

Daily life at the Hall

Our costumed gentlewomen bring the Hall to life. Every month they demonstrate a different aspect of Tudor daily life, from butter making to painting and writing.

Gathering by Hilary Jack

Artwork in the Long Gallery

Hilary Jack's Gathering takes its inspiration from the discovery of a handful of Tudor tennis balls found during restoration work in our Long Gallery. Visit before 3 November to see this fascinating art piece.

Family watching the film in the former staff flat

The Other Side of the Hall

Visit before 3 November 2019 for your last chance to see the former staff flat set up as a family home.

Scones with clotted cream and jam

Visit the tea rooms

Make sure you stop at the Little Tea Room or Mrs Dale's Tea Room for some tea and cake or a delicious homemade lunch.

2016 Autumn/Winter retail gardening range

Browse in the shop

Visit our beautiful shop and pick up some treats and gifts, including food and drink, homeware and local products.