17th Century Christmas at Moseley Old Hall

Moseley Old Hall Knot Garden in snow

Join us to celebrate a 17th century style Christmas at Moseley Old Hall.

A 'Riotous Christmas'

Join us here at Moseley Old Hall for a 'Riotous Christmas'! It's 1652 and Oliver Cromwell may have banned Christmas but that doesnt stop celebrations here at the rebellious Moseley. We celebrate Christmas in a way that would make Charles II  proud, see the house dressed with traditional decorations, play board games in the Parlour and taste 17th Century sweet treets made in the brewhouse.

A very handsome marchpane peacock
Marchpane Peacock Centrepiece at Christmas 2017
A very handsome marchpane peacock

Family traditions

During weekend through out December why not visit the Lord of Mischief for Christmas Storytelling (Prices and booking information to be confimed).

Explore the outdoors with Percy the Park Keeper

Though December, you'll have a Percy the Park Keeper's Winter Wander Trail during our open days in December. Click here to find out more. 

£2 per trail, no booking required. Normal admission costs apply.

Percy the Park Keeper on Wall

Get Crafting

Please keep an eye out for our Christmas Craft workshops on our social media pages.

Winter warmers

If you’re feeling peckish or are in need of a warm-up, we have plenty of treats available in our tearoom.

If you’re looking to warm up with a hot drink, or to take one with you on your garden stroll, why not treat yourself to our warming hot chocolate? Of course, we’ll have all your usual favourites available too - including a mince pie or two!

Treat yourself to a festive drink
A hot drink with cream on top and a mince pie placed on a brick wall with the Hall in the background
Treat yourself to a festive drink