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Notice: Eastbury Manor House will be closed to the public from 19 December 2014 to 4 April 2015 (except for groups tours, commercial venue hire, special events and school visits).

Striking Elizabethan merchant's house and gardens

Important brick-built Tudor gentry house, completed about 1573, little altered since. Early 17th-century wall-paintings showing fishing scenes and a cityscape grace the former Great Chamber.

Evocative exposed timbers in attic, fine original spiral oak staircase in turret, soaring chimneys, cobbled courtyard, peaceful walled garden with bee boles.

What's on

Explore the atmospheric rooms and walled garden at your leisure or on a costumed guided tour. The first Saturday of each month is Family Day, with a varied programme of children's activities and other events.

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.

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).

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