Wythenshawe Hall is a 16th-century medieval timber-framed historic house and former manor house in Wythenshawe, Manchester, England, five miles (8 km) south of Manchester city centre in Wythenshawe Park. Built for Robert Tatton, it was home to the Tatton family for almost 400 years. Its basic plan is a central hall with two projecting wings.
In the winter of 1643–44 the house was besieged by Parliamentarian forces during the English Civil War. Despite the stout defence put up by Robert Tatton and his fellow Royalists, the defenders were overwhelmed by the Roundheads' superior weaponry.
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Nick Thornton | Jul 3, 2017
Lovely place to go with the kids if the sun shines or not they can blow of some steam see animals play at the park all in one place then get ice cream
Deborah Golding | May 24, 2016
I have just been here today and I was very impressed. There are woodland walks with beautiful conifers, pines, yews and broadleaved trees with vast areas of open spaces great for dogs, kids etc. There is a play area and cafe, horticultural centre with hot house and a farm shop. Sadly the hall is covered in scaffolding due to the fire damage in March 2016. The one thing I can't understand is that a grade two listed building that is so important isn't protected enough. This place is well worth a visit just for the parkland alone, so get out there and enjoy it!
Arthur Darby | May 17, 2017
Full of history. Looking forward to the reopening
Kuba Kaminski | Sep 10, 2017
Good place for running
Kaitlin Walker | Apr 29, 2017
How many miles is this place from Manchester City centre????
David Hampson | Jul 16, 2018
Refurbishing after the fire so shut at the moment but well worth a visit when it 're opens
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