Moseley Old Hall House Reopening - what to expect

The King's Room at Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire.

We are delighted to open the ground and first floor of the house, 11:00am – 4:00pm (last entry 3:30pm). The second floor will remain closed until further notice.

Entry to the house will be free-flow only and cannot be pre-booked. Please be aware that some rooms may be closed for safety reasons.

The 400 year old table at Moseley
	View of the fireplace and 400 year old dining table in the Entrance Hall at Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire
The 400 year old table at Moseley

Keeping everyone safe

To keep you safe we have introduced a one-way route through the house and hand sanitising gel will be made available on entry, as well as before the staircase. ‘Hands on’ elements have been removed for your safety. 

We are also limiting the number of people who can access the house at any one time, so we are asking all visitors to please queue for entry to the building.

Due to limits on capacity, it may not be possible for everyone to access the house during their visit.
 

Government guidance

Face coverings are recommended in enclosed, crowded areas.

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.

We also ask that any large bags, rucksacks and large prams are not to be bought into the house. We are unable to look after these items for you, but we will have an area for you to leave your pushchairs outside. Please remove any valuables as they are left at your own risk.

The front door of Moseley Old Hall
A view of the front of Moseley Old Hall in Autumn
The front door of Moseley Old Hall

Make the most of your visit

Follow royal footsteps into the Home that Saved a King and step back in time to 1651!

Our volunteers and staff will be on hand to answer any questions about the house, so please do ask away!