Bexley is an area of South East  in the London Borough of Bexley, London, England. It is located on the banks of the River Cray south of the Roman Road, Watling Street. There are two parts to the town - Old Bexley, still with the appearance of a village (and often referred to locally as"Bexley Village"), and more recent suburban sprawl that blends into the surroundings (which include Albany Park, Bexley, Lamorbey, Bladindon, Blendon, and Bexleyheath). It is the suburban area that is now the main town centre of the borough, rather than Old Bexley. Bexley's Old Heath between Welling and Crayford now contains the council's main administrative offices and council chamber as well as suburban housing.
 

Why visit?

  • Bexley is home to a variety of historic buildings, including the Grade I listed Hall Place, which dates back to the 16th century. The area also boasts a number of other historic buildings, such as the Grade II listed St Mary's Church and the Grade II listed Bexley Old Town Hall.
  • Bexley is home to a number of interesting museums, including the Bexley Heritage Museum, which is dedicated to the history of the area, and the Hall Place Museum, which is a Grade I listed building that houses a variety of artifacts from the 16th century.
  • Bexley is home to a number of markets, including the Bexley Farmers Market, which is held every Saturday, and the Bexley Village Market, which is held every Sunday. Both markets offer a variety of fresh produce, as well as handmade crafts and other items.