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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
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If you love walking around gardens then coming here on a lovely day is worth a visit. However I'd probably not bother with the butterfly experience or the owl experience. Way too expensive for what they are. The house itself is interesting and worth a...More
Visiting from Australia. Visited Hall Place with family who live nearby. Lovely sunny September day. Gardens were pretty. Butterfly 🦋 enclosure is small for £4 entry but was still worth a visit. Just one tip stay on the house side of Cray Creek as there...More
It's bank holiday weekend , the gardens looked lovely. We popped in cafe to stay dry , hold occasional events. We has just been fleeced by butterfly jungle experience ( greenhouse with couple of dozen buttetflies) for a tenner so daughters were not up for...More
Excellent gardens to walk and feed the ducks etc
There are greenhouses containing plants, butterflies and a collection of live owls. (No play grounds )
The historic house is really for adults and is worth a visit and at present in the upstairs there is...More
I met my friend for lunch, we both have 1 year old children. We had both bough a coffee and had bought our own food for the babies a there I nothing appropriate for them to eat. We did plan to ea outside however there...More
Stunningly beautiful gardens almost at their best today, maybe better a week ago but goodness what a fabous Garden.
Staff are efficient and really friendly.
Well worth an extended visit to see the grounds. The house is nice not huge but beautifully presented
Lovely setting.. beautiful day..had a wander around the grounds.
Cafe pricey.... Not sure whether the prices can be justified. Sandwich tasty but not really worth the money.
Cup of tea not that nice.
Need a bigger kitchen and more staff..queues are silly length!!
Hall Place is a beautiful Tudor mansion in south east London. You can get a public bus from Greenwich to almost the doorstep of the House (or catch the national rail train to Bexley and walk for about 10 minutes).
The house itself was well...More
My daughter booked there wedding at hall place over 2 years ago it was a little bit dearer than some but well worth the extra.
We all turned up exspecting a few mishaps but as they had supplied a package it was logistically a perfect...More
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