Why not become Season Pass holders and get unlimited free entry for your whole family?

There’s lots to see and do with your family here on the Middleton Estate…

See, touch and smell our historic buildings and run wild through our Glade and along our Nature Trail. Head off on perilous adventures with our arctic explorer board game and play 18th-century musical instruments in the Great Hall. Activity sheets are available daily, free of charge and we also run themed events for young explorers throughout the year.

Themed activities and events take place throughout the school holidays and seasonal periods. Normal opening times and admission charges apply, but there is no additional charge for taking part in the activity. Please note there will be an admission fee of £2 per child aged between 5 and 15 from January 2021.

Things to look forward to in 2021

Season Pass holders will also receive free access to our Online Portal where we post a free kids activity each month.

We will be confirming the dates soon, but here are just some of the things you can look forward to in 2021…

  • Halloween day and evening events
  • Christmas events and Markets

We have also added brand-new natural play to our grounds including willow tunnels!

Activities to do at home

We have some excellent FREE* activities for your children to enjoy and learn from. Help Middleton Hall’s mascot, Orderic the Owl solve puzzles and search for answers! Just download the activity sheets here and print them at home. The contents of the booklets has been designed especially for different age groups by one of our volunteers who is a retired primary school teacher.

Bring along your completed activity booklet when you visit Middleton Hall and you will receive a special prize!

Key Stage 1 booklet (Y1&Y2)

Key Stage 2 booklet (Y3&Y4)

Key Stage 2 booklet (Y5&Y6)

Orderic the Owl Spot the Difference

Orderic the Owl Colouring In Sheet (1)

Orderic the Owl Colouring In Sheet (2)

*Our resources are free for personal educational uses only. Copyright: Middleton Hall Trust 2020.