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Bromley Hall, Gillender Street

Bromley Hall, Gillender Street, Tower Hamlets, London E14 6RN View on map

A rare surviving 15th century house and one of the oldest brick built houses in London. Tree ring analysis has established that the Hall was constructed around 1485 and it retains features from all periods dating back to Tudor times. The house has been used as a private residence, calico printing works and offices.


Opening Arrangements

By prior arrangement during working hours.


On the east side of the A12. Underground: Bromley-by-Bow (10 minutes walk). Bus: route 108, stopping near the Hall. Overground: Devons Road (DLR).

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes