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Moseley Old Hall, Wolverhampton
(4.7/5 based on 500 reviews on the web)
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  • Definitely worth a visit at this time of year. Kitchen had foods from 17th century, including mince pies with traditional mincemeat, which had a small amount of beef in, it was gorgeous! Traditional g...  more »
  • This was a very good national trust visit. My friend and I both came during the Christmas period where they had an event. We were able to try traditional christmas treats of the 17th century and learn...  more »
  • This is one of my favourite NT houses. Only small it's full of homely 17th century artefacts and the guides are very helpful, friendly and knowledgable. Take a guided tour as it's worth it to learn ab...  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.