- Oakley Hall (disambiguation)
Oakley Hall (1920–2008) was an American novelist.
Oakley Hall may also refer to:
- Oakley Hall III (1950–2011), American playwright
- Oakley Hall (band), an American folk rock band
- Oakley Hall, Staffordshire, a historic building in Mucklestone, Staffordshire, England
- Oakley Hall, Basingstoke, onetime residence of William Wither Beach
- Great Oakley Hall, a historic building in Great Oakley, Northamptonshire, England
- A. Oakey Hall (1826–1898), mayor of New York City 1869–1872
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