This stunning Tudor building is a true hidden gem in Salford and makes for a great family day out.
Families will enjoy exploring the beautiful building and grounds of Salford's haunted building Ordsall Hall, and what's more, entrance is completely FREE.
What's on for Families at Ordsall Hall
There is lots to touch and explore for kids at Orsdall Hall.The kitchen is always a favourite as kids can chop herbs and explore what a Tudor kitchen would have looked like.
Throughout the hall, there is lots of hands on fun and the chance to dress up in Tudor dress too.
Food and Cafe at Ordsall Hall
Outside, there are several seating areas including picnic benches and and outdoor seating area for the cafe.
Events at Ordsall Hall
There are lots of events that take place throughout the year from open air theatre to crafts and storytimes, so make sure you visit out What's On page to keep up-todate with what's going on at Ordsall Hall, especially during the school holidays.
Opening Times at Ordsall Hall
Note that Ordsall Hall is closed for most of the weekend (it's only open on Sunday afternoons), so it's a great place to visit in the school holidays if you have older children.
Bank holidays: Ordsall Hall is usually closed on bank holidays
Address and Location of Ordsall Hall
Ordsall Hall is located at 322 Ordsall Lane, Ordsall, Salford M5 3AN
Parking at Ordsall Hall
There is a pay and display car park located 100m from Ordsall Hall.