Addington Palace

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Addington Palace: Grade II Georgian mansion with two main storeys, mansard roof and basement, and single storey wings to the North and South, was completed in 1778.

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From Croydon to Addington Palace make your way to the top of Gravel Hill (A212) either from South Croydon via Coombe Lane or over Shirley Hills via Shirley Hills Road. Then follow the A212 down Gravel Hill for a distance of 400 metres to where a pedestrian footbridge crosses the dual carriageway by the entrance to the Palace drive. Please note that Addington Palace Golf Clubhouse is about 300 metres up to the right.

From Dartford Tunnel to Addington Palace on the A21 via the M25 clockwise, to junction 4 then proceed towards Bromley. At Lockbottom turn left onto the A232 towards Croydon. Follow the A232 for approximately 3 miles until you come to the Coney Hall roundabout where you take the first exit left (A2022). Continue to the third roundabout at Gravel Hill and turn right onto the A212 Gravel Hill Road (dual carriageway). Go to the top of Gravel Hill, and at the roundabout double back down Gravel Hill until public footbridge crosses the road. Immediately by the footbridge turn left into Addington Palace driveway, the Palace is approximately 300 metres on the right.

From Heathrow, M4 etc. to Addington Palace via M25 anticlockwise to junction 6 then A22 northwards towards Croydon to roundabout at Whyteleafe Tavern Cross-roads, take third exit (B270 to Warlingham) into Hillbury Road and proceed under railway bridge. Just over half mile bear sharp left into Pit Shaw Lane, continue up the hill to the end of the road at the T-junction besides the Good Companions at Hamsey Green. Turn Left (B269, Limpsfield Road) and continue to next roundabout in Sanderstead village. Take third exit (A2022 to Selsdon and Addington) into Addington Road. Continue through Selsdon to roundabout at the bottom of Gravel Hill. Take first exit (A212 to Shirley and Croydon, dual carriageway). Go to the top of Gravel Hill, and at the roundabout double back down Gravel Hill until a public footbridge crosses the road. Immediately by the footbridge turn left into Addington Palace driveway, the Palace is approximately 300 metres on the right.

Train

There is a frequent train service taking just 15 minutes travel time from Victoria and London Bridge Stations to East Croydon. From the station to Addington Palace is only 6 minutes drive by taxi.

Tram

It is also 6 minutes by tram on the New Addington route from East Croydon Station to the Gravel Hill stop in front of the entrance to Addington Palace.

Admission

Opening Times:

Sunday 22 February 2009: 1.30 - 5.00pm
Sunday 19 April 2009: 1.30 - 5.00pm
Monday 22 June 2009: 1.30 - 5.00pm
Sunday 20 September 2009: 1.30 - 5.00pm
Sunday 15 November 2009: 1.30 - 5.00pm
Monday 7 December: 2009: 1.30 - 5.00pm

Prices:

Free

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Address: Addington Palace, Gravel Hill, Addington Village, Surrey, CR0 5BB, UK
Email: conferences@addington-palace.co.uk

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