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Going Out in Bexley

About BexleyAbout Bexley

The borough of Bexley is situated in southeast London with several parks and greenspaces. This is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Bexley's most famous attractions include Danson house, hall place & gardens, foot's cray meadows, Rainham marshes, and many more places. Pubs in Bexley consist of the King's head, the anchor, tanyard Lane bar, the railway tavern, etc. Pubs such as the King's head is a fourteen-century pub, providing you with real ales and classic pub meals. Bexley’s most popular eateries include the Ferraris Italian restaurant, Bexley kitchen, Thai lounge, yum yums, and various other restaurants providing you with mouth-watering dishes.

One of Bexley's famous spots includes Danson house, a Georgian villa used for various ceremonies and events. Danson house has a small tearoom that caters for events. Two locations in Danson Park are suitable for wedding photography, the English Garden located opposite Danson Mansion and by the Lake. Danson Park is home to Dansonpark adventures, where you can enjoy a wide variety of activities such as water sports, rock climbing, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, and various others, helping you create a memorable experience. You will also get to experience power boating; however, it is only available for people over the age of fourteen. This is the ideal place to enjoy a picnic by the riverside, go for a long stroll, or enjoy the mesmerising beauty of nature.

Visit the majestic Tudor mansion at Hall place and gardens. This is a Stately Tudor estate with antique furniture & formal terraces featuring capricious topiary shrubs. When visiting the Hall Place and Gardens, you will be presented with the chance to explore all the fascinating parts of the building along with the Tudor Discovery Gallery, a place for generations to study more about one of the most well-known elements of English History. Get ready to be amazed by some astonishing garden landscapes and sculptures made to captivate the imagination. The mansion courtyard is embellished with red bricks, and the canopies are plastered with spectacular designs, alongside the beauty of the Great Hall, Tudor Kitchen, Great Chamber, and Hallway, which are admissible to visitors to investigate and learn more about how the many various inhabitants lived in these spaces. The Hall place compromises three permanent displays such as interactive exhibits and galleries. The garden has a butterfly house where you can discover several tropical butterflies from all around the globe. Wander down the halls decked with Bexley's extensive museum collection, comprising over 50,000 objects. The group is diverse, ranging from simple History, geology, and archaeology to dresses, artworks, and chattels. Hall Place also consists of a gift shop where you can find a range of extensive gifts and a cafe where you can catch your breath and refuel with some freshly made snacks.

Places to eat in BexleyPlaces to eat in Bexley, Restaurants in Bexley

Melucci's Italian Bexley
Italian Bexley
Brown's of Bexley Cafe Bexley
Brown's of Bexley
Cafe Bexley
Bexley Kitchen Mediterranean Bexley
Bexley Kitchen
Mediterranean Bexley
Lady Grey’s Tea Room British Bexley
Lady Grey’s Tea Room
British Bexley
Maharajah Indian Bexley
Indian Bexley
Viceroy of India Indian Bexley
Viceroy of India
Indian Bexley

Places to drink in Bexley Places to drink in Bexley, Pubs and Bars in Bexley

The Nags Head Pub/Bar Bexley
The Nags Head
Pub/Bar Bexley
The Horse & Groom Harvester Pub/Bar Bexley
The Horse & Groom Harvester
Pub/Bar Bexley
New Princess Garden Pub/Bar Bexley
New Princess Garden
Pub/Bar Bexley
Coach House Pub/Bar Bexley
Coach House
Pub/Bar Bexley
The White Cross Inn Pub/Bar Bexley
The White Cross Inn
Pub/Bar Bexley
Welcome Inn Pub/Bar Bexley
Welcome Inn
Pub/Bar Bexley

A brief history of BexleyA brief history of Bexley

Bexley was an old ward in Kent, in the episcopate of Rochester, and below the Local Government Act, 1894 shaped part of Bexley Urban District. The estate of Bexley had a place with the Archbishop of Canterbury until 1536 when it was offered to Oxford University. Some portion of the current home may date from not long after that. A north wing was included in the mid-nineteenth century. The very much hid house stands northeast of St Mary's congregation. The quick improvement of the ward started in the nineteenth century when Bexley developed as a private suburb of London. Its noteworthy structures incorporate the destroyed Lesnes Abbey, which is a twelfth-century house, and the sixteenth century Hall Place, a stone and block lodge with broad nurseries.

Free things to BexleyFree things to do in Bexley

Dog friendly bars in BexleyDog friendly bars

Dog friendly restaurants in BexleyDog friendly restaurants

Did you know?Did you know?

Bexley was once an open countryside land and the town has many parks and green spaces, bringing you close to nature than ever before.

Hidden gems of BexleyThe hidden gems of Bexley

Some of the town hidden gems include, Oxleas Meadow, Bexley woods, Braeburn park, Danson park adventures and plenty others waiting to be discovered by you.

Unique to BexleyUnique to Bexley

Situated near the River Thames is the Bexley hall place, which is a magnificent piece of architecture, turning heads.