Wedding photography and filming at Little Moreton
Although we are unfortunately unable to host weddings at Little Moreton Hall, you are welcome to hire our unique Tudor property for wedding photography and as a location for filming for TV or film. Find out all you need to know about doing so and how to get in touch.
Wedding and engagement photography
Congratulations! If you've just got engaged or are getting married locally and would like to use Little Moreton Hall as a backdrop for your wedding photos, we have a few options that you might be interested in so please get in touch to discuss.
If you're looking for National Trust venues within the area to hold your wedding itself, please search the North of England region of the wedding section of the National Trust website.
An ideal film or TV venue
Are you looking for a unique filming location for your film or TV feature?
The range of venues and settings at Little Moreton Hall makes us a particularly suitable option:
- Original Tudor moated manor house
- Impressive long gallery and great hall
- Victorian tea-room
- Beautiful knot garden behind the hall
- Large front lawn
- Courtyard setting
Make an enquiry
We look forward to welcoming you at Little Moreton Hall.
National Trust places are very popular for proposals and weddings. Read some stories from real couples to find out why they chose us for their special day.
From castles and ruins, to abbeys and even pubs, we have a wonderful selection of venues for your wedding day.
While modern life rushes by outside, Little Moreton Hall, encircled by a moat, survives as a Tudor fantasy, transporting you back to another time. The hall is dressed for a traditional Christmas through the ages on the Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in December (until 17 December) before closing for winter.
Discover the ritual protection marks scattered about the house, how the Tudors used to sleep twice a night, and why Little Moreton Hall may be the wonkiest house you’ll ever see.
The cosy tea-rooms at Little Moreton Hall offer delicious meals and treats all year round. Find out about these and the estate's pre-loved bookshop.
Discover the the iconic Tudor manor house at Little Morton Hall with your group, visit the tea-room, chat to the room guides and living history team, and have a stroll in the garden.