Ordsall Hall

Ordsall Hall is a historic house in Ordsall. It dates back over 750 years, although the oldest surviving parts of the present hall were built in the 15th century. The most important period of Ordsall Hall's life was as the family seat of the Radclyffe family, who lived in the house for over 300 years.

In 1959, and opened to the public in 1972, as a period house and local history museum. The hall is a Grade I listed building.

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The hall is situated in the Ordsall District of Salford on Ordsall Lane, near to Salford Quays. The hall is signposted from most major roads in the area and is less than one mile from the end of the M602 motorway.


Bus route numbers 71, 73, 84 and 92 stop directly outside the entrance to the hall on Ordsall Lane. Any bus to Salford Quays stops on Trafford Road with a walk of around 200 yards. (Get off near the Copthorne Hotel).


Exchange Quay Metrolink Station (on the Eccles Line)


The hall is 1.5 miles from Deansgate Station and 1.7 miles from Salford Crescent Station. You can transfer to the Metrolink (see above) at Deansgate, Piccadilly and Victoria railway stations.





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Address: Ordsall Hall, Ordsall Lane, Salford, Greater Manchester, M5 3AN, UK
Phone: +44 161 872 0251
Email: ordsall.hall@salford.gov.uk

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