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We will be launching the 2022 programme in mid-August

  • Southern view of the Bishop's Palace
  • Bishop's Palace (northern view)
  • View of the Bishop's Palace (southern view)
  • Bishop's Palace (northern view)
  • St Blaise's Well
  • Main entrance
  • Palace's Function Room
  • Palace's Function Room
  • Palace's Function Room
  • Southern View of the Bishop's Palace
  • Southern View of Bishop's Palace
  • St. Blaise's Well
  • St Blaise's Well
  • Main entrance

The Old Palace, Bromley Civic Centre (The Bishop's Palace)

Ernest Newton

place
Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, , Bromley, BR1 3UH
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Toilets

Travel Information

train
Nearest train: Bromley South, Bromley North
directions_bus
Bus routes: 61, 119, 126, 162, 208, 246, 261, 314, 320, 336, 358
The Old Palace was the official residence of the Bishops of Rochester. Present building dates from 1775, although there have been manor houses on the site since 10C.

Events

Saturday 11th September
The Bishop's Palace
schedule Time: 3pm to 5pm
group Capacity: 10
Sunday 12th September
The Bishop's Palace
schedule Time: 3pm to 5pm
group Capacity: 10

Design

Original design
Richard Norman Shaw, Ernest Newton, 1775
Type
civic, garden, community/cultural
Period
Georgian