Ordsall Hall presents an exciting programme of permanent displays and changing exhibitions. From contemporary art to local history interest, textiles to photography, community exhibitions and local artists, there is something for everyone!
You can also visit our permanent exhibition, the Frederic Shields Gallery.
Mud, Sweat and Tears: the story of Ordsall's allotments
Sunday 25 May 2014 to Sunday 5 October 2014
On display in the Egerton Gallery
2014 marks the centenary of the breakout of World War One, but did you know the important part Ordsall Hall had to play?
Visit this family friendly exhibition to find out about the story of Salford's pioneering allotments.
Loved all of it! Great restoration, hands on, helpful staff and loved the art work in the allotment exhibition. 10/10!
It was a fantastic day out. I am not a fan of history and antics but this place has made me very interested. I really enjoyed the warm and friendly environment. Thank you.
From Sunday 3 August 2014 stunning felt poppies created by participants involved in the Poppy Project will also go on display in the Great Chamber as a bed spread in the Great Chamber. Mosaic poppies created will also be installed within the grounds of Ordsall Hall.
World War One exhibition at Salford Museum and Art Gallery
Why don't you also visit Salford Museum and Art Gallery to see the '100 Years Ago: Salford at War' exhibition? On display in the LifeTimes Gallery from Saturday 15 March 2014 to Sunday 15 November 2015.