Eastbury Manor House

Eastbury Manor House, an Elizabethan gentry house. It is one of London’s hidden architectural gems.

Important notice -

On Thursday 9 June 2016 the following rooms will be closed: the East Chamber, North West and South-west Chamber due to a private function in the property. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Striking Elizabethan merchant's house and gardens

Eastbury Manor House

What's on

Child participating in craft activities

See what's on 

Enjoy a buzzing day out at this beautifully preserved, Elizabethan gentry house. Once a month we host a themed Family Funday and have a varied programme of events and workshops.

Eastbury Manor House

Eating and shopping

A classice Victoria sponge cake made using our Cookbook recipe

Take a break

Relax in our garden tea-room, or at tables outside. Enjoy hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and snacks. Drop in to our Old Buttery gift shop (not National Trust).

Eastbury Manor House

History

Eastbury Manor House, an Elizabethan gentry house. It is one of London’s hidden architectural gems.

Discover the history 

Eastbury Manor House was built by Clement Sysley during the reign of Elizabeth I. It was originally in an isolated position, on rising ground with views of the Thames across marshland to the south.

Eastbury Manor House

Venue hire