We arrived at the hall just as the guided tour was starting. The guide was excellent and very easy to listen to. He was full of information about the history of the family who owned the hall, and very open to questions. He explained how the building had grown in size over the generations, and what happened to the family... 更多
The first view of the house is surprising. A wonky house from the outside.....and inside too ! Two floors to explore with sloping floors and bent walls. Great to wander around and wonder just how it survived ! (with lots of help from NT !) There are also some gardens to see, especially the Knot Garden. A lovely place to... 更多
I visited Little Moreton Hall with my young family and their grandparents. When we arrived we decided to have a picnic on the large green space in front of the hall. There were four tables which were located close to the shop and toilet facilities. Once lunch was over we headed to the hall where we joined a free guided... 更多
Little Moreton Hall is a tiny Jewel in the NT property crown. It's small and easy to navigate yet is full of history and interest. It even has gardens to wander and a moat with ducks to admire. We've visited many times and each time there is a new room or piece of information revealed. The room guides are excellent... 更多
first visit to the place and on first viewing you wonder how the structure has stood for so long, it looks like it has been built by a child using Lego. It is a mishmash of a building, but once inside it is very interesting and the volunteers are very informative about the history of the hall. There is a... 更多
My sister encouraged me to visit this extremely old hall, and said would love it. She was right, its a wonderful old wooden framed building. The tour regarding some of its history is facinating. I will be going again in the future.
We are members of the National Trust and visited Little Moreton Hall for the first time on Sunday, It was a very enjoyable visit, we had the guided tour with a very knowledgeable lady who explained all about the hall and various rooms during the tour, you could also explore the hall on your own as there was also helpers... 更多
For our first visit it was a brilliant day out. As history buffs into Tudor history it's another ideal place to visit. We enjoyed the guided tour which was entertaining aswell as informative. Enjoyed dressing up too so did the kids!
We had a lovely visit here recently, our 9 year old enjoyed exploring the house and appreciated the 'hands on' items - particularly the game 'Fox and Geese'. A relaxed afternoon picnicing,visiting the tea room and wandering around the house. Well organisied and friendly staff/ volunteers.