SUDBURY HALL AND THE NATIONAL TRUST MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD
t: 01283 585337
Sudbury, a place to share stories of vision and imagination, where you can enjoy a grand, 17th-century family home and prize-winning museum in one day out.
Sudbury Hall is the country home of the Lords Vernon and a stunning example of 17th-century craftsmanship, featuring exquisite plasterwork, wood carvings and classical story-based murals. The Museum of Childhood is a delight for all ages, with something for everyone. You can journey throughout childhood with our collection, reminisce about the games you used to play, and attend a lesson in the Victorian schoolroom, before having a go at being a chimney sweep.
Note: Sudbury is very busy in the school holidays so groups may wish to choose another time to visit to make the most out of their day. The Hall may close early if light levels are low. We can assist with itineraries to visit other nearby National Trust properties on the same day.
Special interest tours
Behind Closed Doors Tour Step back in time to discover what life would have been like above and below the stairs in a large family home. Explore the areas usually off limits in the attics and the basement, and imagine how the Hall would have been run by the servants and their masters. Duration 2 hours
Charges may apply, for more information please contact the property.