Peter Warner's seven wonders of Westhall are:
  • a late Roman treasure hoard that was unearthed by accident in 1855 in the southern corner of the parish;
  • a carved Norman west doorway hidden beneath the tower of the later parish church;
  • a collection of 19th century maps and field names
  • an unusual large number of moated sites many of which seem to have been in continuous occupation since the late Middle Ages;
  • a reconstruction of a medieval landscape of the village based on maps and pottery found by walking the fields;
  • records of the lost mansion of Westhall Hall which led Warner to produce an artist impression of how it could have looked c.1570;
  • the greens and commons that survived until they were enclosed in the 1850s, after which the character of the village was changed for ever.