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Ordsall Hall

322 Ordsall Lane | Ordsall, Salford M5 3AN, England
+44 161 872 0251
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Brilliant Manor House in Salford

This old Tudor hall been lovingly restored and is a good trip out. Based near Ordsall Lane its not... read more

Reviewed yesterday
JAMAC333
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Pattaya, Thailand
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such a good evening out watching the Handlebards performing Shakespeare

Turned up on the night to one of the best and funniest performances we have seen for a long time... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
suesalford
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Salford, United Kingdom
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322 Ordsall Lane | Ordsall, Salford M5 3AN, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This old Tudor hall been lovingly restored and is a good trip out. Based near Ordsall Lane its not far from Old Trafford Football stadium. The hall has furniture and rooms decorated with paneling and paintings from past years from over 300 years ago and...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Turned up on the night to one of the best and funniest performances we have seen for a long time. as it was an outdoor performance we weren't sure what the weather would be like and waited until the day to decide. We could take...More

1  Thank suesalford
Liz M, Manager at Ordsall Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Hello Sue, thank you for your review and it's so great to hear that you enjoyed your evening at Ordsall Hall. We are hoping that the HandleBards will be back to perform in the gardens next summer as they are always brilliant.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a 10 minute walk from the tram stop. Free to enter. Not enough staff to tell the history, just left to wonder around. Gets hot inside on a summers day. Gardens are nice but a shame there's not much food or drinks on sale....More

1  Thank norsethor
Liz M, Manager at Ordsall Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Hello, thank you for your feedback about your visit and I'm sorry that you weren't completely satisfied with your time here. We have some picnic benches in our orchard area of the garden and the cafe inside the building sells a selection of sandwiches and...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a beautifully restored historic building that has had a lot of money spent on it. For my liking it is too 'pristine' with not a brick or wood framework out of place! Having said that there are many interesting features and plenty of...More

1  Thank davidwilliambarnes
Liz M, Manager at Ordsall Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Hello, thank you for your review and the feedback - it's great to hear that you enjoyed your visit. The recent restoration saved the building for many years to come as it was in a very bad way. All the oak that had to be...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A beautiful building and grounds which has clearly had a lot of money spent on restoration. We visited with friends, each of us have three children under 9. The lady at the desk was wonderfully welcoming and we looked forward to the rest of our...More

Thank Higs05
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Took grandchildren to visit this historic building.They found it interesting, especially when testing the four poster bed ,and trying on the chain mail, and the different helmets ,Definately a child friendly venue,and well worth a visit..

1  Thank David W
Reviewed 12 July 2017

There is a case to be made for over preserving somewhere. This in my opinion has happened here at Ordsall Hall. At its heart was a fine old Tudor building which over the years through differing uses has been adapted and changed. Its last re-incarnation...More

Thank DavidCatman
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We took our Brownies on a Sunday afternoon to this venue. They loved dressing up in Tudor costumes especially the bustles. There was plenty of crafts for them to do and as it was Book week there was a delightful lady who read to them...More

Thank Janice R
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Great place to visit! You can dress as take pict as it was in the past, lots to see and gorgeous gardens

Thank maria G
Reviewed 4 July 2017

Went here with a group for a guided tour. Very interesting building and guide very knowledgeable on his subject. There about an hour and half,

Thank Wiscasset
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pattieannm
19 May 2017|
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Response from kimhutson | Property representative |
Hi There, Yes, Exchange Quay is the closest Metrolink stop, with trams every ten minutes or so on the Eccles or MediaCityUK lines from the city centre. The buses are less frequent and stop further away, so we would... More
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Paul R
28 April 2017|
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Response from kimhutson | Property representative |
Hi Paul, Yes, it's fine to take photos of the building for non-commercial purposes. We only ask that you don't take pictures of children while you are here. Hope to see you soon! Best wishes, Ordsall Hall
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