Sitting on the banks of the river Cray, Hall Place was once the country residence of Sir John Champneys, a successful merchant and former Lord Mayor of London. Today you can imagine genteel life in Tudor times as you explore the 500-year-old historic house or take a stroll in the spectacular gardens. Throughout the year, exciting exhibitions and events make Hall Place the perfect destination for all the family.
The house, visitor centre, Stables gallery and cafe are open daily from 10am to 5pm, last admission is 30 minutes before closing, Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Gardens open daily, 9am to 5pm. Glasshouses open from 10am.
Admission: Adults £10, under 16s/concessions £8, family £30 (2 adults and up to 3 children). Includes entrance to exhibition.
Our annual entrance ticket is valid for unlimited repeat visits within a 12 month period: adults £12, under 16s/concessions £10, family £40. Includes entrance to exhibition.
You do not need a ticket for the garden, visitor centre or cafe. Admission is half price with National Trust and National Trust Art Pass membership, not valid with any other offers.
Accessibility: The house, visitor centre, Stables Gallery, cafe and glasshouses are accessible to wheelchair users. There are a limited number of hardstanding paths through the formal gardens. Disabled parking bays and toilet facilities available. Assistance dogs welcome. Wheelchairs and mobility scooters are available to use, courtesy of the Bexley Association of Disabled People, advance booking is required.
By road - Just off the A2, 10 minutes from M25 (J2), 15 minutes from M20 (J1), parking available
By train - 15-minute walk from Bexley rail station
By bus - Local Services include 229, 492, B12 and 132
By bike - Bike racks available
To plan your visit from London, visit www.tfl.gov.uk/journeyplanner
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