The Farmers Market at Hall Place, Bexley is held on the first Sunday of each month and is open to the public between 10am and 2pm (approx). It is located in the Courtyard area outside the new Visitors Centre.
Assistance dogs are welcome to Hall Place, however, no other dogs are permitted in the house or garden. There is parking available nearby and the site is easily accessible for wheelchairs
The Farmers Market ran as a trial over 2 days in November 2011 and started as a permanant feature in April 2012.
Hall Place is a fine Grade I listed country house. It was built in 1537 for Sir John Champneys a wealthy merchant and former Lord Mayor of London. A rare example of its type and much of the original house that Sir John built still survives today.
Hall Place is surrounded by 65 hectares of magnificent formal gardens and landscaped parkland that have something to offer visitors throughout the year.
From February 2014 two additional visits are available on the Hall Place site. Jambs Owls, who are regular visitors to the farmers market have extended their premises over the Winter Period and have their visitor friendly owls, eagle owls on show at weekends. In addition the Butterfly Jungle Experioence means that visitors are now able tot walk amongst tunning free flying butterflies from around the world in the glasshouses too.