Ordsall Hall Museum
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.
Historic house or home, Heritage site, Museum
Closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Christmas Day,
Boxing Day and New Year's Day
The car park is 100 metres from the entrance to the hall. We have five parking bays for blue badge holders.
Accessible to wheelchair users
Disabled toilet facilities
Car parking charges apply at Ordsall Hall at the following rates:
Up to three hours: £2.00. Three hours or more: £5.00.
The ground floor of the hall is set out as a period manor house of the late 16th Century, with the Great Hall, Star Chamber and kitchen. Upstairs is the changing exhibition area with a range of interactive shows and displays from Agecroft Hall.
Archaeology, Architecture, Costume and Textiles, Social History
Ordsall Hall Archive Pack
If you're looking for more ideas for when you're back in the classroom why not download our Ordsall Hall Archives Pack? It's packed with maps and old photos to show what the Hall was like at various points in history, which you can compare with what you saw on your visit.
Ordsall Hall Education Pack
11 page information pack for teachers containing everything you need to plan a school visit to Ordsall Hall. Ties in with "Ordsall Alive! A Day With The Tudors" workshops. The pack covers the tour of the Hall, introduces the families who lived there, and contains a booking form and risk assessment.
How to obtain
Available as a free download from the museum website.
Ordsall Hall Museum
322 Ordsall Lane