Bramall Hall: At Home With the Tudors
Last updated 24 February 2023
This session is suitable for key stage 1.
Explore a real Tudor home! Bramall Hall was a very grand home indeed, the noble Davenport family lived here from the 1300s to the 1800s. Your class will find out how this timber-framed building was made and become a ‘master builders’. They'll take part in a mock Tudor banquet and learn about Tudor music and dance.
Times and availability
At Home With the Tudors is a half day session available on Wednesdays, from 10am to midday. You can extend your day by booking our learning centre for lunch and using the park for teacher-led activities.
We can accommodate one class at a time.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and access
The first floor of Bramall Hall is accessible by staircase only. For details about physical accessibility read access at Bramall Hall. We have accessible toilets.
We can deliver our sessions to everyone, including wheelchair users.
Our learning centre is fully accessible.
If you would like us to adapt our sessions to meet the needs of your pupils, get in touch. We also have visual stories to help pupils with SEND prepare for their visit, which will be sent with the confirmation pack.
Price per school trip, up to 35 pupils
- Full day: £235 plus VAT
- Half day: £120 plus VAT
There is no VAT added for Stockport local authority schools.
You'll be invoiced following your session.
We welcome bookings from groups of home educating families and are happy to work with mixed age groups. We limit numbers per session to 40 people in total, including the adults attending.
Home educating families are also welcome to visit our sites as individuals on a self-led basis. You can read more information about all our museums.
Plan your visit to Bramall Hall gives details on getting here.
There are two coach bays to park in.
Book your school trip
If you have a question or need more information, get in touch with us.
After booking, you'll receive a confirmation email and we'll then follow up with a full confirmation pack containing:
- an itinerary
- travel information and suggested coach drop off and parking points.
- a sample risk assessment
- a visual story
If you cancel your booking:
- less than 6 weeks in advance of the visit, you'll be invoiced for 25% of the full price
- less than 4 weeks in advance of the visit, you'll be invoiced for 50% of the full price
- less than 2 weeks in advance of the visit, we'll invoice you for the full price of the visit to cover our staffing costs
COVID-19 cancellation policy
If the visiting school or Stockport Museums Service has to cancel a trip due to COVID-19 related circumstances, no cancellation charge will be incurred by either the visiting school or Stockport Museums Service. Cancellations that are made due to COVID-19 must be discussed directly with a member of the school SLT as soon as possible prior to the visit.