Not every rebellion begins with a battle cry... Discover the turmoil of Elizabethan England and the life or death secrets that were kept within the walls of Speke Hall in a fascinating new indoor exhibition.
The companion piece to The Bell Tree brings the architecture of secrecy in the house to life. Pick up headphones as you enter the house, then stand at the heart of the hall to explore the espionage and intrigue that is built into the fabric of Speke.
Explore all elements of Tudor life, from eavesdropping holes to bum rolls, with this series of free talks to accompany our new exhibition for 2019, 'Tension, Turmoil and Traitors: The Story of Tudor Speke'.
A free monthly way-marked 10K run around Speke Hall estate. A chance to enjoy peaceful routes, great views and have a great training opportunity. If 5k is more your distance, feel free to run one loop of the course.
There is no run in Feb 2019.
Elinor Dashwood has a lot of good Sense. Her sister Marianne Dashwood has an excess of Sensibility.
Together they make a snappy title for Jane Austen’s classic novel of scandals, scoundrels and severely sprained ankles.
Bring your baby along to this friendly and welcoming yoga session at Speke Hall, designed around promoting their health, wellbeing and nature. Advanced booking is essential and places are limited to 10 babies (with adult).
Bring your child along to this friendly and welcoming yoga session at Speke Hall, designed around promoting their health, wellbeing and nature. Advanced booking is essential and places are limited to 10 children (with adult).