Hall Place and Gardens

Hall Place is a Grade I listed Tudor country house, with 17th century additions, set in award winning formal gardens. Hall Place was restored in 2009 and is fully open to the public for the first time. En savoir plus

Vue d'ensemble

Hall Place is a Grade I listed Tudor country house, with 17th century additions, set in award winning formal gardens. Hall Place was restored in 2009 and is fully open to the public for the first time. Displays include an introduction to the house’s history, a children’s gallery and a diverse and fascinating museum collection. Riverside tea room, gift shop and contemporary art gallery in the visitor centre.

Gardens: Open throughout the year from 9:00 till dusk, closed Christmas day and New Year’s Day.

Prix

Billet familiale £24.00 par ticket
Billet à tarif réduit £6.00 par ticket
Billet adulte £8.00 par ticket

You will not need a ticket to visit the the gardens, visitor centre or cafe.

Admission is free with the National Art Pass and for under 5s

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Horaires d'ouverture

Historic house & visitor centre:

Monday – Saturday 10:00 – 17:00 (last admission 16:30)

Sunday & Bank Holidays 10:00 – 17:00 (last admission 16:30)

Formal Gardens

Monday – Saturday 09:00 -dusk

Sunday & Bank Holidays 09:00 -dusk

Détails et plan du lieu

Hall Place and Gardens

Adresse :
Hall Place
Bourne Road
DA5 1PQ
Téléphone :
+44 (0)132 252 6574
E-mail
Transports publics
Follow signs right out of station. Turn left at the mini roundabout and continue for 500 yards down Bourne Road over A2. Hall Place is on the right.

Critiques de Yelp

9.00 sur 5
D'après 6 critiques

Top 6 reviews of Hall Place and Gardens

3.0 sur 5
21 November 2008
par Darryl T.

Hall place, it's a large park that tends to get a lot of dog walkers, it also hosts a few events in the summer like craft sales. It has some sports teams that play here, with goalposts going up in the footy season and a cricket pitch maintained over summer. There used to be a rope swing over the stream though that was many years ago, I don't imagine it's still there now.

They have a... En savoir plus

5.0 sur 5
30 April 2009
par leonmaitland

lovely setting, you can buy plants at the nursery,books an stuff in the shop. There's a cafe an art displays to visit,or you can just feed the ducks an chill in the gardens En savoir plus

5.0 sur 5
05 February 2012
par Ahmet K.

I have been to Hall Place numerous times with the family, there is a HUGH car park (free), there was no admission price into Hall's Place, instead donations were invited. The grounds are vast and truly beautiful especially in the spring & summer periods and perfect for families to take children with a picnic and just enjoy the outdoors.

The House itself was interesting and well maintained,... En savoir plus

5.0 sur 5
11 September 2016
par Lynsey H.

Great place to be outside in the sunshine and have a walk around the well kept gardens. My mum and I went in the blazing heat a few weeks ago. Parking was easy (and free!) and we had a drink and a slice of cake in the cafe and then a walk around the gardens. The cafe is reasonably priced and had a large selection of cakes and snacks. We grabbed a seat outside overlooking the lake and gardens... En savoir plus

5.0 sur 5
25 July 2013
par Ayo A.

Wonderful historical site available and free to enter. There is so much heritage attached to this building which is especially famous because of it's links with HenryVIII. The best part for me though is the wonderful gardens just behind the building with a wonderful river full of wildlife running through it. For the more sporty types there are thirteen football fields and and least 6 cricket... En savoir plus

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