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Moseley Old Hall, Wolverhampton

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4.6/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web
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  • My husband and I have had a lovely few hours visiting Moseley Old Hall, Fordhouses, Wolverhampton today. It belongs to The National Trust and is a gem of a place to visit. Must recommend the guided to...  read more »
  • This is a wonderful little place which brings history alive. It was a joy to visit and the staff helped in immersing us into a bygone age. 
  • Lovely small national trust. Staff were brilliant and informative. Kids (3 and 6) loved it. Small woodland trail with den building, tree house and mud kitchen. They provided activity packs for the chi...  read more »
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • We had a wonderful 5 hours visit yesterday, enjoying everything from the warm welcome, expertly led house & garden tours, the delicious lunch, the woodland walk to the canopy tree experience, to the "previously loved books" & the shop. Thank you to the friendly volunteers & staff.
  • Went on a fairy hunt with the kids the loved it. There is a tree house that they didn't want to get of and they even liked walking round the old house.
  • Lovely quaint site, went around in abit 3 hours, guided tour around house was great.
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