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Rainham Hall

An elegant Georgian House with a diverse history, peaceful garden and changing exhibitions to explore.

The Broadway, Rainham, Havering, London, RM13 9YN

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Exterior view of Rainham Hall, London

Important notice

Rainham Hall, Community Gardens and Stables Cafe are open. Advance booking is not required for the Hall during February 2024, just turn up.The Hall is open Thursdays - Saturdays 11-4pm. Gardens and Cafe open Wednesdays - Sundays 11-4pm.

Planning your visit

Four people leaving Rainham Hall through a set of wrought-iron gates with the house in the background
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Booking your visit to Rainham Hall 

Discover how to get tickets and how to visit the Community Garden.

Visitors walking in the parkland in summer at Lyme Park, Cheshire
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Group or school visits to Rainham Hall 

Rainham Hall offers a great day out for small groups, schools and self-led visits. Find out how to get the most from your day.

A carpet of snowdrops in the pleasure grounds at Belton
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Enjoy a Spring walk around Rainham Hall Community Garden 

Wander around the community garden this spring or discover walking routes to Rainham Hall, taking in nature reserves, river walks and varied urban green spaces. Routes are part of the London Loop and connected to public transport.

Dogs at Brimham Rocks, Yorkshire
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Visiting with your dog at Rainham Hall 

Pooch Passports are new to dog walkers in all National Trust places in London and the South East, pick one up at the place to find out more.

A family enjoying an outdoor trail with a girl in a pink jacket in the foreground holding her hands up to the camera, smiling
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Family visits to Rainham Hall this Spring and Easter Adventures 

Family nature activities and games to do together at a beautiful hidden gem in east London, Rainham Hall and Community Garden.

Visitors descending a path through the Rock Garden at Cragside, Northumberland

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