Attraction in Speke

Speke Hall
The Walk
Speke
Merseyside

L24 1XD | View map
http://www.spekehall.org.uk
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One of the most famous timbered houses in the country dating from 1490. The interior spans many periods from Tudor times to Victoriana. Fine Jacobean plasterwork and carved furniture, behind the scenes kitchen and servants.

What's new in 2005?
A restored Nornsby Ackroyd Engine brings the sight and sounds of Home Farm to life. Call for days of operation.

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Nearest UK Airport: Liverpool
Months Open: March 27 - Oct 31
wed - Sun, then Sat & Sun only to 5 Dec
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: 6.25
Children: 3.50
Free for NT Members
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant

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