Our 'Picture this!' local history exhibition has now closed to make way for the beautiful new art display by members of the renowned RBA - Royal Society of British Artists. We are squirrelling away behind the scenes waving goodbye to the cinema objects and welcoming in the artworks for display. Even though this exhibition space is closed until the RBA opens on 6 April, it will be worth the wait. So if art is your thing, put the date in your diaries! See our events or exhibitions pages for more details.
We were thrilled to get this amazing thank you from a lovely couple who chose to have their wedding here at Hall Place recently - I just wanted to drop an email to say a big thank you to yourself and all your staff that helped us though the running up and the day of the wedding. You really went above and beyond to fulfil all out dreams and it really came true on the day. The hall looked lovely for the ceremony and the meal and its all down to you and your organisation. The day flowed perfectly and it [...]
Find lots of ideas and inspiration at our Wedding Fair on the 17 March and Wedding Open Day on the 24 March. Wedding Fair Find your wedding inspiration at Hall Place, the perfect location to start planning the wedding of your dreams. Come along to the Great Hall and chat with our lovely experts and specialists who will fill you with ideas to make your day special. Exhibitors themes will include wedding gowns and suits, cakes, photographers and videographers, venue stylists and even a harpist and string quartet. Planning a wedding can be stressful. Bring along your partner and have some [...]
You can tell the new season is approaching. Not only is the sun beginning to shine activating the plants and wildlife, but also our visitors too! The site is steadily coming into active life again. If you hadn't noticed yet, All About Owls reopened this week to the thrill of many a visitor and glee for their regulars. With Butterfly Jungles open too, the glasshouses are a fabulous place to head for especially in cold weather. Matthew and his team are ready to introduce you to several species of owl from small to large, cute to angelic. You even have the [...]
The butterflies are back after their cosy winter holiday with some new butterfly species and a replanted butterfly house. If you love orchids, you'll want to visit this month as it hosts an orchid spectacular. We're giving away money off vouchers for Butterfly Jungles to everyone who buys a ticket for the historic house and Friends of Hall Place members too. So bring your cameras - what are you waiting for?
Looking for a stunning venue to hold your wedding? Watch this video for inspiration https://bit.ly/2EwTOeT. Our friendly team will be happy to help with any enquiries you may have. Visit https://www.hallplace.org.uk/weddings/ to find out more information about weddings at Hall Place.
Please note that the historic house, Visitors Centre and glasshouses will be closed on 24-26 & 31 December 2018 and 1 January 2019. On these days there will be no access to toilets or the Garden Trail. The site will be open 27-30 December as usual, so why not take a festive walk in the grounds, complete the Garden Trail, warm up int he cafe, view our historic house and exhibitions on these days instead.
Can't think of a great Christmas present. Do they have everything? Why not gift an experience instead. Young families would love to visit our Mini City experience that opens in the new year. Here they will be able to role play in themed areas such as a supermarket, flower shop, police station, building site, doctors etc. Or, aim for the stars and give someone the entire universe with tickets to attend our January Stargazing event. With practical demonstrations, experiments/explanations and top tips as to what to look out for whatever the weather outside. Or perhaps an art class? Our host with [...]
Some very important visitors were brought to Hall Place by the famous Taxi Charity for Military Veterans on the 5 November, to mark Remembrance Day, the centenary of the 1918 armistice and to help unveil a new statue and bench. Eight black taxis brought the 17 veterans to Bexley from all across the south-east. On arrival they were taken on a guided tour of the Hall Place ‘Faces of the Great War’ and the ‘Code name – Santa Fe’ exhibitions before leaving for the gardens, where they spent some time helping pupil governors from Gravel Hill School to sow poppy seeds. [...]