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Introduction Sitting on the banks of the River Cray, Hall Place is a Grade I listed Tudor country house originally built in 1537 for Sir John Champneys (a prominent merchant and one time Lord Mayor of London) and with a 17th century courtyard built...more
All reviews worth a visit butterfly house farmers market ducks and geese old house miller and carter exotic plants beautiful building formal gardens an art gallery riverside cafe cream tea run around lovely grounds half price couple of hours lovely afternoon
Had a lovely day at hall place and gardens.
This was a spare of the moment visit, we wasn't dissapointed.
The exotic plant greenhouse is lovely, pond in the middle with carp and terrapins.
A nice butterfly house. I've seen a few reviews saying it...More
We visited Hall Place with our young granddaughter Imogen.
We undertook the Easter Bunny Trail which was well set out around the extensive lawns which meant although lots of people were there it did not feel crowded. She loved running about finding the bunnies.
We had a lovely 3+ hours here today. Our daughter loved the Easter bunny activities. The grounds are lovely and parking is free!
We also really enjoyed the owls and butterflies. Great day out over Easter school holidays.
Beautiful gardens and park around this historical building but we were massively disappointed by the constant high volume noise coming from the motorway that just passes next to the property: we had been looking forward to some peace in the countryside and it was louder...More
A nice place to walk around the gardens, see some exotic flowers and try the tea room. Some beautiful garden displays. Definitely could benefit with a path around the outside of the gardens to explore as grass can be a bit muddy especially with a...More
We spent a couple of hours looking round the house. There’s not much to see in the house as most rooms are empty and used as event spaces but there are a few good exhibitions about the history of the building and the local area....More
So many things to see , gardens set out at the entrance, then greenhouses, butterfly and owl experiences, a walk along the river with ducks and geese and huge grasses gardens, a super cafe with decking overlooking the river. There was also an exhibition of...More
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