See the archaeological excavations and Tudor foundations at Scadbury Moated Manor – which still has its moat around it.
Visitors can follow a self-guided trail around the moated manor site. They will see the archaeological excavations and the foundations of the Tudor kitchens and great hall, showing how these would have been used when the house was owned by the Walsingham family. Visitors can also see World War II defences and a restored shepherd’s hut.
Saturday 9 September: 1400-1700 (Last entry 1630)
Sunday 10 September: 1400-1700 (Last entry 1630)
No booking required
Access is from the public nature trail around Scadbury Park. The entrance to the event is where the trail passes the moated site. The nearest access from the road is along the footpath at 14 St Paul’s Wood Hill: turn left along the circular trail, 10 mins walk. From Old Perry Street car park the entrance is around 30 mins walk along the trail. There is no visitor parking at the site. Buses R11, B14, stops L and F (Breakspears Drive).
Orpington and District Archaeological Society
Event is organised by Orpington and District Society.
Disclaimer: All information was correct when the listing was prepared. Any questions about the event should be directed to the event organiser.