Ordsall Hall (Salford) Reviews
Description:Tudor period manor house in the middle of Salford. Ordsall Hall is a historic house and a former stately home in ... more
Newest Review: ... but the staff changed it to Tudor to fit in with the rest of the downstairs. In the main entrance area there are original stained glass windows from the house. There is also an exhibition on the history of the hall. It gives a good brief introduction to the hall and there are some nice paintings of the hall in this display The Great Hall On the left of the main entr ... more
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by - written on 02/06/03, updated on 02/06/03 (Very useful, 281 readings)
Ordsall Hall is the last place you would expect in the middle of Salford. Graffiti and high rise flats yes. A Tudor black and white timbered manor house no. Ordsall Hall Museum is a complete wee gem. I did my work placement for university there so I will try to be as unbiased as possible with this review The History A manor at Ordsall in Salford has been in existence since the Doomsday book. The oldest parts of the existing house date from the fourteenth century. It was the home of the very powerful Radclyffe family throughout the sixteenth century and this is when most of the house including the Great Hall dates from. Where ... Read the complete review
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