The Hall is open throughout the year when you can experience how the Earls of Sefton, their families and servants, lived in the Hall in Edwardian times.
Either take one of our guided tours, or learn about our history at your own pace from the rooms and displays.
Our Your Visit section gives you details of our opening hours, ticket prices and how to buy tickets online.
Throughout the year we run a varied programme of events in The Hall and its grounds, including concerts, art exhibitions, murder mystery tours and markets.
Special walks also make our heritage come alive, and on Sunday and Wednesday afternoons throughout the summer our costumed Heritage Volunteers will answer all your questions about The Hall's history.
Find out what's happening at Croxteth Hall in our What's on guide.
The Friends are a charity that supports and safeguards the hall and park, holding events for members and fundraising for projects in the park and publishing a newsletter for members.
The Heritage Volunteers are based in the hall, providing information and guiding visitors, making the past come to life. They help with schools and group visits too, as well as researching the rich history of the hall, the Molyneux family and the tenants and staff of the historic estate.