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Moseley Old Hall, Wolverhampton

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  • One of the best National trust properties that we have visited. It has such an interesting story behind it, Charles 11 hid here after the battle of Worcester. The story was brought to life by brillian...  more »
  • Frankly we joined the National Trust in order have somewhere to take our grandchildren during school holidays that wasn't going to cost us a fortune. Our first visit to a NT property as members was to...  more »
  • Not a massive place but absolutely full of interesting information and relevant local history. Wonderful guides around house and very entertaining. Garden is beautiful. Well worth a visit and reasonab...  more »
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  • National Trust Members. We love this place. There's a great out door area for kids. Mud pies and messy mud cake making area for little ones. A wooden tree house and fortress for the kids. A double thumbs up from my little boy. Fantastic house to wander around freely at your own pace or join a tour guide. As usual, the food is great. Freshly made scones and sausage rolls. We have been here 3 times now. Each visit just as wonderful.
  • Fantastic place! Love all the activities they have on, the staff and volunteers are really dedicated.
  • Great guided tour around the house with a very knowledgeable and passionate tour guide who was great with kids. The house has lots of fascinating history and features such as a bed slept in by royalty and a priest hole also used by said royalty. There is a small tea room and toilets in the old stables which was busy but good food. Not that cheap as would be expected. The grounds are small but well kept with a strange treehouse thing in the forest and a nice formal garden area.
  • Love it love it - car park right next to venue - nice little shop - then a very self contained house and gardens - take a walk through the little wood to the tree house and pond - guided tour around the house to hear how Charles hid - lots of original tapestries etc - steeped in history... marvelous.
  • Visited on a Rainy morning in June, and had a lovely tour of the House given by a very enthusiastic gentleman who obviously knew his history on this property, I learn't lots about Charles II which I was not aware of and he was very entertaining also. We had a nice snack lunch in the Cafe, which is nicely set out in a Barn conversion, only light snacks are available along with soup of the day, but quality and presentation was good. All in all a well worth visit on a rainy or sunny day.