Moseley Old Hall- Historic Buildings and Stately Homes in Wolverhampton - well worth a visit
Moseley Old Hall
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Located in Wolverhampton, Moseley Old Hall is one of the area's most unique historic buildings and stately homes. An Elizabethan house, it is famous for its association with King Charles II, adding to its reputation as one of Wolverhampton's best days and attractions suitable for all ages.
About Moseley Old Hall
Moseley Old Hall is best known for once being a safe haven for a young King Charles II. After the execution of his father, Charles I and an unsuccessful attempt to assume the throne, the young Charles was in danger. He used Moseley Old Hall as a secret hiding place following his defeat at Worcester, the last battle of the Civil War. He finally escaped to France, travelling from safe house to safe house in disguise.
Days Out and Attractions
Known as one of Wolverhampton's most interesting historic buildings and stately homes, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Moseley Old Hall. Visitor's can see the bed where the young King Charles II slept and learn about the history of the house with an exhibition recounting his escape. The grounds at Moseley Old Hall contribute to its reputation as Wolverhampton's leading days out and attractions, recreated in a 17th century style. They include a nut walk and knot garden and Moseley Old Hall has a varied programme of events throughout the year. Moseley Old Hall also offer guided tours, both free flow and conducted.
The Coach House Tea Rooms prepares and serves a range of delicious lunches, homemade cakes and hot and cold drinks.
Entrance Costs (correct at time of publication)
Family ticket £14.30
Moseley Old Hall Lane,
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