Lady Waterford Hall


This 19th century building served as Ford village school until 1950s. Now a village hall and a gallery, it houses unique, lifesize, watercolour murals and other artworks by Louisa, Marchioness of Waterford, as well as other artefacts of her time. Lots of activities for families and children also available. A must-see when visiting North Northumberland!


Contact Information

Lady Waterford Hall
Ford Village
TD15 2QA
  01890 820338 or 07790457580
  Visit the Lady Waterford Hall website

Useful Information

Disabled access : The attraction is suitable for disabled people
Opening Times : Daily March 24-March 31,11am-3pm. April 1-September 30, 11am-5pm. October 1-November 2, 11am-4pm. Occasionally the Hall may be closed for a private function - please phone to check before travelling.
Last Admission : Last admissions: 45 minutes before closing.
Admission Prices : Adults £3.00, concessions/children £2.50, under 5's free, family ticket (2+3) £8.00. MAX cards accepted. 10% discount on joint ticket for Heatherslaw Mill and Lady Waterford Hall. Discounts for pre-booked groups.

Location Information