Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

A family by the house at Speke Hall and Garden

Important notice -

You no longer need to pre-book your visit. The gardens, grounds, house (Wed-Sun only), restaurant and play areas are open. As we continue to reopen the house, the first floor may be closed at short notice for staffing or conservation reasons.

A green oasis with a rare Tudor house at its heart, surrounded by beautiful gardens, woodland and glorious views over the River Mersey.

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

What's on

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

Things to see and do

Visitors looking up at the eavesdropper in Speke Hall's courtyard

Step inside the house 

You can now explore the house between Wednesday-Sunday, 12.30pm-5pm (last entry at 4.15pm). Step into the Tudor mansion to discover five centuries of stories and see how its past residents lived. Queues to enter are likely on busy days and some rooms or the first floor may be closed at short notice. Please read this article carefully so you know what to expect from your visit.

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

Eating

Visitors enjoying a cup of tea in Speke Hall's restaurant

Grab a drink or bite to eat at Home Farm 

Home Farm restaurant is open every day, 10.30am-4.30pm, serving a delicious menu of hot food, sandwiches, soups, cakes and bakes and ice cream as well as a range of hot and cold drinks. Indoor seating and outdoor seating is available.

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

History

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

Our work

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

Get involved

Tudor ladies in the courtyard at Speke Hall

Volunteer at Speke Hall 

There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer at Speke Hall, from bringing the story of this special place to life as a room guide to getting your hands dirty with the garden team.

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

Groups

A group of visitors being led by a tour guide in a Tudor costume across the South Lawn, surrounded by trees with the black and white Stable Tea Room in the distance.

Group visits to Speke Hall  

We love to welcome groups to Speke Hall but do ask that you book your visit in advance. Read on to find out the benefits of coming along with your friends in tow, and discover all the details to help you plan your day.

Speke Hall, Garden and Estate

Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Speke Hall, Garden and Estate on the National Trust Collections website