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This was our second visit to Moseley Old Hall, the purpose of the visit was to experience what it was possibly like in the house during the 17th Centrury at Christmas time.
There was interaction with the excellent volunteers who cooked real mince pies, there...More
We have visited Moseley Old Hall on three occasions throughout the 2018 as it is very close to where we live. Being National Trust members, we like to visit new places and this house has a fascinating tale to tell. It is famous for harbouring...More
Great home with lots of history, This is the house where Charles II was in hiding. The tour of the house was fabulous with lot's of inside information. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. The staff in the shop were very helpful and...More
The Old Hall is more about the story than what is left of the building. The story of the family sheltering the future King Charles ii is a good one. Like too many National Trust properties the interior is too dark. I appreciate the need...More
We stopped off on our return home trip from the south of England for a break. For those who like to visit historic houses and estates, the National Trust is a brilliant way of doing this. We decided to call here. Every house is different...More
Went using our National Trust memberships. Wonderful house with so much history. Took a guided tour with the guide Peter who was brilliant. Great fun with so much knowledge of the house and surrounding area. Well worth a visit with a visit to the tea...More
Spent a good day at this historic venue with two boys, aged 9 and 6. Carl, the Guide round the house, was excellent and fully included them in his talks, plus there were activities for children to do as they went round the Hall. The...More