Salford historical landmark Ordsall Hall’s gardens have reopened.
The roughly 750-year-old hall has been hosting support-bubble-sized visits during the COVID-19 pandemic, abiding by social distancing and Government guidelines.
Our cafe & shop are open today with Ice Cream, Drinks & Light Snacks with both a takeaway service & indoor tables in the…
An Ordsall Hall representative said: “We are fully open now on Mon, Wed and Thurs.
“You just need to prebook to visit the museum but the shop and cafe is walk up”.
The gardens are also now fully open to the public, providing outdoor social distancing measures are met.
The famously haunted Tudor property has hosted ghost walks and overnight stays for the brave few.
WE ARE OPEN! Last remaining slots for next week's free private visits, book online now! We are now open Mon, Wed & Thurs & have our Shop, Cafe, Patio, Garden & Picnic Area open to the public 3 days a week @OrdsallHall @SalfordLeisure @MuseumsAssoc @VisitTheQuays pic.twitter.com/MPIKnYdg1q
— Ordsall Hall (@OrdsallHall) July 23, 2020
Ordsall hall recently appeared on a survey by hotel chain CitySuites, based in Manchester. The survey attempted to find out if the public knew where certain local myths and legends originated from.
It was found that only 11% of Britons could accurately say where the old hall is.
Find out the secrets of this Hall’s 800 year history with a free stewarded visit for your family. Children are very…
The hall spent 4 months closed following the national lockdown back in mid-march. It’s cafe reopened in early July, although the hall interior was off-limits unless you had booked a slot.
Salford Museum and Art Gallery have also opened recently, meaning Salfordians now have more places to stretch their legs after almost six months in lockdown.
For the full results of the survey, click here.