Ordsall Hall, Salford's Grade 1 listed Tudor manor house was first recorded in 1177. Since then, it has been home to medieval gentry, Tudor nobility, Catholics loyal to the crown, butchers, farmers, an Earl, an artist, priests, scout troops, mill workers, cows and several ghosts!
Today, it is an engaging heritage site open to visitors 5 days a week throughout the year. Surrounded by landscaped grounds, it boasts hands on exhibitions, immersive room settings and a small cafe. The Hall re-opened in May 2011 following a two year £6.5 million restoration project.
Why not bring a picnic to eat in the orchard and then enjoy a peaceful stroll around the house and gardens?
Our Learning team provide school visits for Key Stage One and Two, as well as for Key stage three and above. These include our garden sessions and ESOL visits.
We welcome all children accompanied by a responsible adult.
|The purchase of high quality chairs for functions at Ordsall Hall has been made possible thanks to funding received from the AIM (Association of Independent Museums) Sustainability Grant supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.|