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Visited Speke Hall on my birthday with my blind husband. Jean our tour guide stayed late to show my husband and I around the house and she made the whole experience come alive. As he was blind he was allowed to feel certain things. This...More
We visited Speke Hall on Fri 10th Aug, we have been many times before having been National Trust members for over 10 years. Firstly we had a walk around the Nature Trail to work up an appetite. Then went for lunch in the Café, the...More
I’m not usually a fan of going round National Trust houses - I love the outdoors. However, the interior walk around Speke Hall was really fantastic. It is delightful. The information is very accessible and you are very close to everything. I even enjoyed the...More
We took an Uber car from the Anglican Cathedral to Speke Hall and were immediately entranced by the delightful garden walk past the outbuildings and on to the house itself, which peaks out from behind a lush green hedge. Once we walked over the moat...More
We went on a Monday and currently the actual house is closed every Monday until further notice, which is shame. Having said that the grounds are lovely and the outside of the hosue is very charming. Quite a nice place to go for a wander,...More
You would not believe that this is on the end of the John Lennon airport run way, so quirky.
Lovely grounds with a nice walk over looking the Mersey.
There were so many families there on our visit which must show its the place to...More
The Hall is so interesting and each room has individual cards you can walk around with to read and digest each historical fact . Wonderful place . The grounds all laid out in magnificent gardens . Woodland park area where children can make dens ,...More