Looking over the moat at a colourful and sunny image of the Tudor Barn at Well Hall Pleasaunce Park and gardens

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Well Hall Pleasaunce is a garden park with multiple themes, such as an Italian garden, rose garden, heather garden and floral shield garden. It also has a bowling green, play area and several water features. Also on the grounds is the "Tudor Barn" dates back to the 16th century and is now a restaurant that caters for park users. Historically Well Hall Pleasaunce has links going back to the Tudor monarchy, connected to nearby Eltham Palace. Margaret More, daughter of Sir Thomas More, Lord Chancellor (who lived near Eltham Palace) married William Roper who lived at Well Hall. It also has links with the children's author E Nesbit, who lived here as a child.

The park ranger service conducts walking tours, where you can learn about the historical landmarks of Well Hall Pleasaunce. Groups interested in the tours can call 020 8921 2937 to arrange. There is also a bowling green and children's playground on site.

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