Lady Waterford Hall, Ford
Things to do in Northumberland Scottish Borders
Visitor-Attractions in Scotland
Lady Waterford Hall, formerly the village school contains a unique collection of watercolour murals, depicting biblical scenes, using local people as models. Painted between 1862 and 1883 by Louisa Anne, Marchioness of Waterford.
Situation – OS ref: NT 949375
How to get there: In the village of Ford.
By car: lies on the B6353 road, which joins the B6354 road, and which goes from the A 697 Coldstream to Wooler road through Ford Village to Lowick.
By public transport: Bus service to Ford.
Seasonal opening details (2015):
23rd March to end October 2015.
Open 11.00-17.00 daily,
The Hall is available for hire, so always check that the hall is free before travelling!
** Joint Tickets for entry to Heatherslaw Mill & Lady Waterford Hall also available - tickets offer approx 15% off normal admission charges **
Admission: Adults £3.00 Concs. £2.70 Family £8.00 U5's free
Last entry to Hall 45 minutes before closing.
** Joint Tickets for entry to Lady Waterford Hall & Heatherslaw Mill – tickets offer approx 15% off normal admission charges **
Adult £5.60/Conc £4.30/Family (2+3) £15.50
Tel: 01890 820503
Ford and Etal
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Lady Waterford Hall, Ford, England