Fulneck Moravian Museum and Settlement


The Fulneck Moravian settlement is set in Tong Valley. Fulneck is a mid-18th century village, built by the Moravians (Unitas Fratrum) as the centre of their work in Yorkshire. It comprises of the church, museum and dwellings. There is also a school established in 1753. The museum contains Moravian artefacts including the famous whitework, weaving chamber and 1822 hand pulled fire engine.


Contact Information

55-57 Fulneck
LS28 8NT
  0113 256 4828
  Visit the Fulneck Moravian Museum and Settlement website

Useful Information

Disabled access : Level access into the church and around most of the settlement, but steps into the museum.
Opening Times : Open from Easter to mid-September on Wednesday and Saturday between 2 and 4pm, and on Heritage Open Day on the 2nd Saturday in September. Tours can be arranged for parties by contacting the above number.

Admission Prices : Donations

Location Information