Beckenham Place Mansion

BECKENHAM

 
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Built in the late 18th century this magnificent Grade II-listed building overlooks stunning parkland and is the venue for our popular Vintage Market at the Mansion.

Located on the Lewisham and Bromley boundary in south-east London, the unrestored Mansion holds a magnetic attraction. Typically 20-30 traders are situated inside and outside. We always have great streetfood and estate coffee available at the front of the building.  In addition, the Cafe, Basement Bar, Visitor Centre, Record Shop, Sewing School and Artists’ Studios are usually open on the day.  Step-free entrances at Ground and Lower Ground floors. Level access inside (except to artists’ studios).  Dogs are very welcome here!

Getting there:
Rail: Beckenham Hill Station – 8mins walk | Beckenham Junction Station – 15mins | Ravensbourne Station – 15mins
Bus: – 54, 354, 320, 227, 367, 181
Car: The new car park is now open.

We strongly recommend using public transport and/or walking to the event wherever possible, as the car park gets full quite quickly and the single carriageway access road to the Mansion can become more congested than usual, particularly around midday. If you do prefer to arrive by car, we advise avoiding the busiest period between 11am and 2pm. Note that vehicle entry is only via the Beckenham Hill Road entrance ///follow.skinny.fade (Sat Nav: BR3 1SY, opposite the Church of St Augustine. If your GPS takes you elsewhere, try SE6 3PU).

On-street parking is available near to the Downham entrance on Old Bromley Road (Sat Nav: BR1 4LE), or on Crab Hill by Ravensbourne Station, (Sat Nav: BR3 5HE), from where the Mansion is an enjoyable 15 minute stroll across the Park.

Beckenham Place Mansion, Beckenham Place Park, Beckenham, BR3 1SY
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