Things to see & do

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Two days out in one

  • Visitors enjoying the outdoors in our Stableyard © Hannah Steggles

    Spend the day here and see what you can discover.

  • Sudbury Hall

    Home to the Vernon family for 300 years, Sudbury has stunning 17th-century craftsmanship.

  • Museum of Childhood

    Reminisce with our childhood collection, visit the Victorian school room and climb the chimney.

Conservation fun

Conservation work underway

Keep a look out for our Conservation Fortnight activities planned for 7 - 22 February 2015. Lots of crafts and conservation skills to be revealed to help show you how Sudbury is preserved.

See you soon

Looking down Sudbury Hall Long Gallery © Andreas von Einsiedel

We are giving everything a good clean at the moment in readiness for our 2015 season. After the half term Conservation fun in Feb, doors open again on 7 March 2015, so hope to welcome you back soon

Discover toys

How good are you at whip and top? © David Levenson

Have a go with the toys and games in the Museum of Childhood. From dolls' houses to dressing up, there is lots to play with. And don't forget  to climb the chimney!

Have a go at our children's trails

Children taking part in a trail © David Levenson

Pick up one of the children's trails around the hall and the museum and see what more you can discover.

Group visits

Group visits are very welcome here © Ian Shaw

Sudbury is a great day out for a group, with something for everyone. Marvel at the 17th-century craftsmanship and reminisce about childhood. Have lunch in the tea-room and visit the shops.

School visits

How different were school lessons in Victorian times? © Andrew Tryner

At the Museum of Childhood, children can compare lives and experiences from the 19th-century with the present day and take part in our education workshops which all link with the National Curriculum.

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