Wythenshawe Hall

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Wythenshawe Hall is a 16th century medieval timber-framed historic house and a former stately home in Wythenshawe, Manchester, England. It is located east of Altrincham and south of Stretford, five miles (8 km) south of Manchester city centre, in Wythenshawe Park.

The half timbered Tudor house was the home of the Tatton family for over 400 years. It was built in about 1540 by Robert Tatton of Chester. During the English Civil War, the hall was unsuccessfully defended by Robert Tatton against Cromwell's forces. After the war, the Tatton estate expanded to about 2,500 acres.

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From the M56, take the B5167 Wythenshawe Road (junction 3)to Wythenshawe Park.
From the A5103, take the B5166 exit to Northern Moor/Sale Moor, and bear first left onto the B5167.
The park main entrance is on the left.
There is free parking outside the Hall.

Bus

Buses: 101,104, 105 from Manchester city centre.

Admission

Opening times(June 9 - September 9):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
-----11:00 - 17:00-

Prices:
Free

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Address: Wythenshawe Hall, Wythenshawe Park, Northenden, Manchester, M23 0AB, UK
Phone:+44 161 998 5083
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