Winter at Speke Hall
The house is closed for a couple of months over winter but that doesn't mean that there's nothing to do here at Speke Hall! All of our other facilities are now open 362 days a year. Blow away the winter cobwebs with a relaxing walk around the beautiful estate or while away some time with a hot drink and an award--winning scone in our restaurant.
We're now open 7 days a week all year round. Whether your New Year's Resolution is to step up the exercise, do more fun things with the family or spend a few more hours outdoors, we're the perfect place! Pay us a visit and enjoy some peaceful time in beautiful surroundings.
If you're looking to explore the outdoors and learn something new then keep an eye on our events page for details of any guided walks and tours that are running. Normal grounds admission prices apply (free to NT members) and there's no extra charge for the walks. Just turn up on the day and join in.
If you'd prefer to explore at your own pace then you can pick up our new Relaxation Walk leaflet from Reception and take a stroll in the beautiful wintery grounds and gardens. We recommend heading down to the Coastal Reserve for great views of winter wading birds and a walk up the Bund to see unique glimpses of the Hall through the trees. You won't be able to see it when the leaves come back in spring!
As always, our shop is well worth a visit. It changes with the seasons so pop in to see what's new and what our great local suppliers have on offer. The winter sale will still be running in early January so it's a great time to pick up bargains including beautiful throws and our exclusive range of scarves.
The restaurant will be open from 10.30am every day serving a delicious range of light bites as well as our award-winning scones. If you've been out walking, it's the perfect place to warm up!
There's always plenty to keep the kids busy at Speke, whatever the season. If you'd like to learn more about what's on offer, you can find out more here.
The house team will be busy working away on winter conservation projects and will be showing off their progress when we reopen on 10 February 2018.