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Liverpool & Lancashire

Speke Hall

A green oasis on the edge of Liverpool with a rare Tudor house at its heart

The Walk, Speke, Liverpool, L24 1XD

Speke Hall's north facade, framed by snow.

Important notice

Please note, our woodland play area will be closed from 19 to 26 February. The Childe of Hale Trail, as well as our playground and hedge maze will remain open throughout.

Planning your visit

A mother holds her sons hands above his head, as he balances on a log beam in a wintry woodland

Speke Hall neighbours' pass 

This pass scheme is available to residents of Speke and some parts of Garston. With the pass, you and your family will be able to visit Speke Hall for free throughout the year.

Dog relaxing in fallen leaves at Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire

Visiting Speke Hall with your dog 

Dogs on leads are welcome to explore most areas of Speke Hall's grounds. Find out where you can go with your dog, what facilities are available to them and other important information at this two pawprint rated place.

A costumed volunteer points at something out of shot in front of a group of visitors at Speke Hall, Liverpool

Visiting Speke Hall with a group 

Situated within eight miles of the centre and boasting excellent motorway links, this Tudor manor is ideally located for group leisure and educational visits.


Speke Hall Map 

Take a look at the map of Speke Hall to help plan your visit.

Visitors descending a path through the Rock Garden at Cragside, Northumberland


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