Hall Place is a Grade 1 listed country house built in 1537 for former Lord Mayor of London, Sir John Champneys. The Tudor house boasts a panelled Great Hall with Minstrels´ Gallery, and 17th century additions and improvements include a vaulted Long Gallery and splendid Drawing Room with fine plaster ceiling. Set in award-winning gardens with magnificent topiary, enclosed gardens and inspirational herbaceous borders. In the walled gardens there are glasshouses and a nursery selling Hall Place plants. New displays include an introduction to the house's history and exhibits from Bexley's museum collection. The new visitor centre offers a riverside tearoom and gift shop.
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Information on Hall Place & Gardens , Hall Place , Bourne Road , Bexley
|Opening Times:||everyday, 10am - 5pm.|
|Admission:||House: £7 adults, £5 concessions/children. Gardens: free.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Location:||Hall Place is located at the Black Prince Interchange of the A2, 5 miles from junction 2 on the M25 towards London. Signposted from A2 with brown tourism signs. Nearest rail connection Bexley BR. Bus connections 229,492, B15 & 132 to the foot of Gravel Hill.|
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