Summer at Little Moreton Hall

Step back in time at Little Moreton Hall this summer. From history adventures inside the higgledy-piggledy house to outdoor fun in the garden, there’s plenty to see and do.

We’re open every day between 21 July and 5 September. You don’t need to pre-book your visit. National Trust members and under 5s go free, admission fees apply to non-members.

Children playing with bubbles on front lawn

Enjoy a summer of sport

This summer, every Wednesday between 1.30pm-3.30pm, try your hand at soft archery. Challenge your family to a competition to find out who has the best aim and get into the spirit of the Tudors who built and lived at Little Moreton Hall. Please note this activity is weather dependent and may be cancelled on the day.

Don’t forget to join us on 4 August when you can make the most of Play Day with a round of archery. Or why not bring your own game to play on the front lawn?

 Children taking a close look at the wood panelling at Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire.

Explore the house

Step inside the Tudor wonder that is Little Moreton Hall and let your little one’s imaginations run wild as you tour the rooms and discover stories from the past five centuries. Meet our Living History costumed guides who will tell you tales of how the Tudors lived.

A visitor enjoys afternoon tea at Little Moreton Hall in Cheshire.

Treats for the whole family

Escape to the Little Tea Room or Mrs Dale’s Tea Room to feast on a range of family-friendly treats. From sandwiches and hot snacks to sweet treats, there’s something to suit all taste buds. If you fancy enjoying your purchases in the sun, there’s plenty of perfect picnic spots to choose from.