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Moseley Old Hall

Historic House

Discover the secret hiding place of a King Moseley Old Hall is an Elizabethan timberwork house, built in 1600 by Henry Pitt, it was clad in red brick in 1870. It is famous for its association with Charles 11, who hid here after the Battle of Worcester in 1651. The hiding place he used and the bed he slept in can be viewed. On display are a good collection of 17th century oak furniture, panelling and pewter. The attic contains a small chapel and in the roof are many cramped priest holes. The garden has a formal knot garden and is full of 17th century plants and herbs.

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Disabled Access

Parking Available

Guided Tours

Facilities & information




Disabled Access

Guided Tours

Parking Available


Extra info

Open Times: 15 Feb to 12 Mar, Sat, Sun & Wed 12:30-16:00, Mon & Tue 11:00-16:00, 13 Mar to 2 Nov, Sat, Sun & Wed 12:30-17:00, Mon & Tue 11:00-17:00, 8 Nov to 21 Dec, Sat & Sun 12:30-16:00. Please see NT website for House tour times.

Price Details: NT Members Free. See NT website for admission prices.

Arrival information and directions

Address: Moseley Old Hall Lane, Fordhouses, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, WolverhamptonWV10 7HY, United Kingdom

Four miles north of Wolverhampton, south of the M54 between the A449 & A460. Traffic from the south on the M6 & M54 exit junction 1. Traffice from the north on the M6 exit junction 11. Coaches must approach via the A460 to avoid low bridge.

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