On the August Bank Holiday, we will be open on the Bank Holiday Monday only.
We open on Open Days at 2pm until 5pm.
The tour of the Hall is at 2.30pm. Most of the tours are owner led by either William Cash or Sir Bill Cash MP.
Tickets are £12.50 per head to include tour, home-made cake and tea served in our medieval tea pavilion tent. Tickets do not need to be pre booked. Tickets for garden and grounds admission only (but no tour) with tea and home-made cake served in the tea pavilion are £10.
We are open for groups (minimum 8, maximum 46) Mondays to Thursdays all year! We have chosen to make the minimum 8 to allow small groups of friends or colleagues enjoy our home.
Groups can enjoy a Hall tour and home-made cake and tea in the Millinery Tea Room or the Great Hall Dining Room (depending on numbers). In the autumn or winter, both venues are heated by open log fires.
Group tours are led by owner William Cash (below), Sir Bill Cash, another family member or our tour guide Richard.
Our 14th century Medieval ‘Bosworth Pavilion’ is an authentic replica of the field tents used by royal knights at the Battle of Bosworth and is decorated by the Jerwood prize winning artist Adam Dant, who was also the 2015 general election artist.
All tours start under the Gatehouse arch at 2.30pm. Please allow time to buy tickets from the Millinery Tea Room by the car park. Tours are led either by owner William Cash (below), Sir Bill Cash, another family member or a house guide.
Upton Cressett Hall is a member of The Shropshire Tourism Association and the Bridgnorth and District Tourism Association.We are also members of the Historic Houses Association (www.hha.org.uk) and the Hudson’s Explorer Pass Scheme. Please note we do not participate in the HHA Friends’ scheme.
Please check website before coming as occasional private events/filming may mean the Hall is not open for Hall tours.
The Gatehouse is not always open due to holiday let accommodation.
The fine 12th Century Norman church of St Michael, 100 metres from the Hall, is open every day. The church is maintained by the Churches Conservation Trust. Entry to the Grade 1 church of St. Michael at Upton Cressett is free. For more info please see: www.visitchurches.org.uk.