Opening times for 4 December 2023
Asset Opening time Moseley Old Hall 10:30 - 15:30 Garden and woodland 10:00 - 16:00 Tea-room 10:00 - 15:30
Please note, upstairs rooms to the house may be closed if volunteer availability is low and last entry to the house is 30 minutes before it closes.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Hot food is served from 12noon until 3pm.
Dogs welcome on leads in the garden and grounds. Assistance dogs only in the house and tea-room.
Single track lane access to the hall. Blue badge parking and hearing loop in the tea-room and visitor reception. The top floors of the house and tea-room are accessed only by stairs.
Moseley Old Hall is just south of M54; from north on M6 leave at exit 11, then A460 towards Wolverhampton, follow brown signs; from south on M6 take exit onto M54, take exit 1 and A460 towards Wolverhampton - follow brown signs; from West on M54 take exit 2, then A449 towards Wolverhampton - follow brown signs.
Parking: Free parking on car park opposite property. Blue badge spaces available.
Wolverhampton train station - 4 miles.
Catch the number 33 bus from Wolverhampton Bus Station towards Northwood Park - hourly service. Alight at Carisbrooke Rd, then there is a 20 min walk to Moseley Old Hall - take care on narrow lanes. No service on Sundays. Find times at nxbus.co.uk/west-midlands
Explore the varied outdoor spaces at Moseley Old Hall with your four legged friend; adventure through the woodlands and meadows or take a stroll in the walled garden and make a pit stop at the tearoom.
An Elizabethan farmhouse with many secrets. The priest hole and the chapel attic tell the story of King Charles II's escape.
A three storey tree hide, nestled within the sanctuary of a woodland walk.
17th Century style knot garden.
Varieties of heritage apples and pears.
Orchard Tea-room serving light lunches, snacks and hot drinks.
Second-hand bookshop with a large variety of books, situated in Visitor Reception within a beautiful historic barn.
Enjoy some quality family time in the great outdoors, explore the historic Hall, enjoy a treat or two in the Tearoom and go home feeling happy tired.
Visit Moseley Old Hall, the house that saved a King. Find out more about the story of its most famous visitor, King Charles II, and about life in 17th-century Staffordshire.
Explore Moseley’s walled gardens to discover 17th-century plants, a heritage orchard and intricate knot garden. Climb the tree hide and build a den in the King’s Walk Woods beyond.
The tea-room is open for takeaways and outdoor seating, serving a range of hot and cold food and drinks. Hot food is served from 12 noon until 3pm. Stop by the second-hand bookshop to pick up your next read.
This Christmas, we are hosting a Reverse Grotto at Moseley Old Hall as part of our Lord of Misrule Christmas theme. All donations can be dropped off at Moseley Old Hall and these will then be donated on to Langer Aid.
We are planning a traditional, 17th century Christmas party but the mischievous Lord of Misrule has torn the invitation up! Can you locate the missing invitation pieces to make it to the party on time?
Join Natalie from Roly Poly Ponies and get into the Christmas spirit by creating your own felted reindeer in this adult, beginners or first time-felters workshop.
Find out about the dramatic story of King Charles II hiding from Cromwell’s troops at Moseley Old Hall after he fled the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
See the bed on which the King slept and the priest hole in which he hid, and hear fascinating stories about what life was like in the 17th-century from our tour guides and costume interpreters.
A variety of 17th-century plants, a fruit orchard and a striking ‘knot’ garden adorn the graceful gardens. Further into Kings Walk Wood there is den building and the tree-hide for children of all ages to explore.
Treat yourself in our very popular tea-room, with homemade cakes and biscuits or a light lunch. We've also got lots of events, activities and demonstrations for all the family happening throughout the year.
Without our volunteers we wouldn’t be able to care for Moseley Old Hall – discover how you could play your part in helping to preserve this historic Elizabethan farmhouse.