Eastbury Manor House

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

Striking Elizabethan brick-built gentry house set in tranquil 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. (Events not NT)

Eastbury Manor House

Eating and shopping

A classice Victoria sponge cake made using our Cookbook recipe

Take a break at Eastbury Kitchen 

There's free entry to Eastbury Kitchen (Not NT). We serve freshly prepared hot and cold lunches, selection of homemade pastries, cakes, scones and refreshments. The Eastbury Kitchen is open all days we are open to the public.

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

Learning

Child at a learning event at Eastbury Manor

This historic house has delivered formal learning opportunities for schools since 1997.

Eastbury supports teachers in delivering the National Curriculum for primary, secondary and SEND pupils. We use Eastbury’s historic rooms and gardens, and unique history to inspire curiosity through a range of hands-on and engaging learning opportunities.

The sessions are led by experienced and knowledgeable facilitators who help to build upon pupils’ knowledge with an interactive approach.

Our facilitators make learning fun for all ages and abilities. Our workshops can be tailored to meet the needs of Early Years and Special Educational Needs and Disability teaching.

Eastbury Manor House

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