Families can head off on new adventures and discover something new with a visit to this iconic Tudor Manor House. Families can join in on a free guided tour and learn all about the history of this timber-framed building and its scenic moat. The tours will take families back in time to learn all about life in the 1600’s and discover the root of some common words, including, ‘chairman’ and ‘board-game’.
Tucked away neatly at the back of the hall, is the well manicured knot garden, providing an excellent space for children to explore. Visitors can learn all about the herbs and vegetables that grow in the garden, and how the Tudors would have used these in their cooking and how they were used as medicines.
If families fancy a bite to eat then they can visit Mrs Dale’s Tea Room and The Little Tea Room which serves a selection of home-made cakes, light lunches and afternoon teas, using seasonal produce from the garden.
Additional information: *Dogs are welcome in some areas of Little Moreton Hall. *Many areas are accessible by pram and wheelchair users but not all due to the nature of the building. *Tours are included within the price of admission and run at select times of day. *ciwk stock photo