Hall Place is a Grade I listed country house built in 1537. A rare example of its type, many of the original features remain today. These include the distinctive checkerboard style of masonry crafted from flint and rubble, the beautiful 17th century redbrick courtyard and the spectacular plaster ceiling in the Great Chamber added around the same time.
Visitors to Hall Place and Gardens have the opportunity to explore all of these fascinating parts of the building along with the Tudor Discovery Gallery, a space for families to learn more about one of the most well known parts about English History.
Alongside the grandeur of the Great Hall, Tudor Kitchen, Great Chamber and Hallway, which are open to visitors to explore and learn more about how the many different occupants lived in these spaces, there are also three permanent displays shown below.