May Half Term Fun at Moseley Old Hall

Portrait of King Charles II, after Kneller

Bring along the family to enjoy some may half term fun!

Join us during May half term for some outdoor family fun

Celebrate Oak Apple Day in style

This May half term you and your family can come and celebrate Oak Apple Day in style. Oak Apple Day is the commemoration of Charles II's restoration to the throne of England on 29 May 1660, and also his birthday.

To mark this occassion join us by wearing a sprig of oak leaves to show your support for the king and avoid being thrashed with nettles!. You can also go on a hunt for natural materials to make your very own wild crown and decorate a special birthday card for the King. 

Oak Apple Day crafts are £1.50 per participating child and normal admission prices apply. These activities will be running from 11am - 3pm on Friday 29 May 2020.

Down to the Woods

Family craft activities - Saturday 30 May and Sunday 31 May 2020, 11am - 3pm each day.

Try some of the '50 things to do before you’re 11¾' activities with your family – find us in the farmyard to have a go and earn your sticker.

No. 1 Get to know a tree – have a go at leaf rubbbing, learn about some of the wonderful trees in the Kings Woods at Moseley and decorate a 'green man'.

All activities are £1.50 per participant, no booking needed. Normal admission costs apply.

If you haven’t got one of our ‘50 things’ leaflets you can pick them up from our Visitor Reception. Don’t forget to collect the stickers for your leaflet from our team!

Never too early to picnic

Why not spread your blanket in the farmyard or in the meadow for your first picnic of the year. Ask in the tea-room for take away tea or coffee to keep warm if it’s still a bit chilly!