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Family-friendly things to do at Little Moreton Hall

Children playing on the lawn at Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire
Children playing on the lawn at Little Moreton Hall | © National Trust Images/John Millar

Come out and play at Little Moreton Hall. With self-led fun family trails and exhibitions around the hall, there's plenty of things to discover to keep the whole family entertained and help you create great memories together.

Planning your family visit

  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Front-carrying baby sling and hip-carrying infant seats for loan
  • Pushchairs cannot be taken into the hall or the tea-rooms.

Family-friendly things to do in the house

How the hall was made

The exhibition around the hall tells you how it was built as you wander around. Great for when children are learning about Tudor times at school.

Wandering Wolves

Discover the wandering wolves that have escaped the Moreton family crest and have hidden themselves around the hall. See how many you can spot as you explore the hall on your Tudor adventure.

What's On

Head to our What's On page of the website for all the latest activities and things to do when visiting Little Moreton Hall with the family.

What to look out for

Look out for the wibbly-wobbly floors, the Tudor toilets, spiral staircases and our feathered friends out on the moat. Our ducks go above and beyond to make our visitors feel welcome, you might even find them sat on your feet!

Children playing on a grass bank at Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire
Children playing on a grass bank at Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Pre-loved books

Find a fantastic new adventure to take home and read in the children's book area of the pre-loved bookshop.

Family-friendly things to do in the garden

Explore the delightful gardens with your family and keep your eyes peeled for a variety of feathered friends, from graceful ducks gliding on the serene waters to cheerful moorhens darting about.

Fuel up

The tea-room serves tempting treats for all the family, including childrens' lunch boxes, while there are picnic benches at the front of the hall and on the meadow for those bringing their own treats.

A family having a picnic on the lawn at Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire

Discover more at Little Moreton Hall

Find out when Little Moreton Hall is open, how to get here, the things to see and do and more.

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