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A stunning Grade 1 listed moated, medieval manor house is just a short walk from Southend on Sea's busy seafront and High Street. The house, gardens and archaeology are captured in time. Stop by the gift shop for a hot drink and a snack before...more
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Southchurch Hall Close | Southchurch Hall Gardens, Southend-on-Sea SS1 2TE, England
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Went last Christmas with family was lovely festive fun for the kids and whole family. Staff know there stuff and are really passionate about south church hall and its history. Has a nice little gift shop as well.
I have recently moved to the area and was utterly delighted to discover this gem. The park is really beautiful with ducks, terrapins and squirrels among the animals that live there. I haven't visited the building yet but it is stunning from the outside with...More
We went to the hall during a walk through the hall gardens. What a fantastic surprise.
The hall is beautifully presented an gives many fine examples of how people lived in the the past.
The staff were excellent and the whole visit was very enjoyable,...More
SouthendLibsMus, Promotion & Events Team at Southchurch Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 30 November 2017
Thank you for your feedback. We are glad you enjoyed your experience at Southchurch Hall and hope to see you again soon!
Southchurch hall is a small historical building near Southend East railway station and set in a small pleasant park. It contains four room set out in an historical context. Entry is free. It may close at lunchtime. Cofffee is available, and there is a toilet...More
I attended a fantastic art event last Sunday at this Grade 1 listed national monument.
It was fantastic to see the grounds populated by the young & old enjoying themselves.
However this is not always the case, often the users of this park are the...More