Hall Place & Gardens Houses
Hall place is a magnificent tudor mansion built c1537 for Sir John Champneys, Lord Mayor of London. The house stands amid extensive award winning gardens and grounds on the bank of the River Cray in Bexley, Kent. Over 200,000 visitors enjoy these gardens every year.
The Hall stands on the edge of the ancient Bexley Heath near the Dove to London road notorious haunt of highwaymen in the 17th and 18th centuries. Dick Turpin is said to have lept the house gates on horseback on his way north to York to cheat the gallows.
There are three exhibition galleries, a shop, nursery, tearoom and changing displays for visitors to enjoy with a host of events and activities for the whole family.
There is a shop, numerous exhibitions including a monthly programme of selling art exhibitions year round. The House is also an extreamly popular venue for weddings, functions, meetings and conferences.
AddressBourne Road, Bexley, Kent, DA5 1PQ
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