The National Trust's Rainham Hall is a Grade II Queen Anne-style house built in 1729 and located in the London Borough of Havering.

The Hall, Stables Café, and Community Garden opened to the public in 2015 following a major £2.5 million project.

Nearly 50 different families or inhabitants have lived at the Hall since it was built. Every two years the Hall focuses a spotlight on a different former inhabitant, with a changing exhibition programme and series of accompanying events.

Exhibitions and events at Rainham Hall

Exhibitions nearby

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