Events at Hall Place and Gardens

For further information or to book tickets please telephone the Bexley Heritage Trust booking line on 01322 621238. All tickets must be booked in advance. No refunds on ticket sales.

Farmers Market veg

Monthly Farmers’ Market

On the first Sunday of every month in the courtyard by the visitor centre you can buy the best local produce at Hall Place.

Meet the farmers and producers, try food samples and buy everything from home-grown fruit and vegetables, through to delicious cakes, bread, cheese and chutneys. Simply scrumptious!

Times: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cost: Free entry
Venue: Hall Place & Gardens, Bexley Kent
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I’m a Victorian Get Me Out of Here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As part of National Storytelling Week we welcome back the fabulous Grim Times with their family production of  “I’m a Victorian Get Me Out of Here!”

Mr Jack Black is the official rat catcher for Queen Victoria. He has recently gone up in the world and is now on the lookout for new apprentices. He has a selection of horrible jobson offer, in fact some of the worst jobs in the history. Disgusting, exhausting… but someone has to do it!

This educational show encourages the audience to learn and laugh at the same time. The show uses a series of interesting facts, which portray life in Victorian England.  The performance cleverly uses the ‘horrid’ part of life in order to recall social history of the period. Get transported back to Victorian England by our actor in full Victorian dress as he delivers an unforgettable session for children

Doors open at 11am for 11.30am start (1hr show).

£7 adults, £5 children. Unsuitable for under 7s.

All tickets in advance. Please call the booking line on 01322 621238. Lines open every day 10am – 4.30pm.

 

Times: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Cost: £7 adults, £5 children.
Venue: Hall Place & Gardens, Bexley Kent
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Steve from North Kent Radio Society demonstrates Morse

Have a go with radio transmissions and Morse code

Hall Place held an important secret 70 years ago. During the Second World War, it was a Y station, code name Santa Fe, where nearly 200 US soldiers, or GIs, worked day and night to intercept the German military’s coded messages.

Join the North Kent Radio Society in the Code Name: Santa Fe exhibition galleries on the second full weekend of the month to have a go at radio transmissions and Morse code.

Included in admission ticket to house.

This event is part of our programme of events that accompany the exhibition:

  •  Click here to find out more about the exhibition
Times: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: Included in entrance ticket/annual pass
Venue: Hall Place & Gardens, Bexley Kent
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