A guided tour about life ‘above’ and ‘below stairs’ in the Hall during the Edwardian era. Around the public rooms, with a sneaky peep behind the scenes too. A rare chance to visit our ‘stately home’, Croxteth Hall.
Formerly the home of the Earls of Sefton, the Hall was gifted to the people of Liverpool after the death of the last Earl. The Hall rooms reflect life in a country house, both for the servants toiling in the kitchens and sculleries and for the aristocrats holding parties and entertaining guests in sumptuous surroundings.
The visit will last about 90 minutes and tour the rooms of the Hall, including areas not normally seen by the public.
There are stairs on the route but a lift provides access if you wish to use this. Ticketholders should meet at the front of the Hall prior to admission.
Wednesday 15th November 2pm
Wednesday 29th November 2pm
Wednesday 13th December 2pm