The ideal family day out - an intriguing house, an entertaining museum and a restful garden.
Home of the Vernon family until gifted to the National Trust
in 1967, the Hall is an unexpected mixture of architectural styles, with remarkable carvings, plasterwork and painting. Richly decorated, it has a collection of family portraits and a magnificent carved staircase. The naturalised gardens and meadows lead to the tree-fringed lake. See Queen Adelaide's stately bedroom Try a cream tea in the tea room Browse in the gift shop Walk the fabulous long gallery of more than 138 feet Walk in the grounds to look for wild life - Sudbury is home to Kestrels, Grey Herons, Grass Snakes, dragon flies, newts, frogs, toads, Little and Tawny Owls and Woodpeckers. Treat yourself and the kids in the Museum shop with some home made fudge and traditional toys.
The National Trust Museum of Childhood
Situated in the 19th century servants wing of Sudbury Hall, the National Trust Museum of Childhood
contains fascinating displays about children from the 18th century
Time travel through the history of toys, take centre stage in our performance area and sit up straight in the Victorian School Room.
School Bookings by arrangement with the Education Officer 01283 585022. Party Bookings by arrangement with the Property Secretary 01283 585337.
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