Autumn at Sunnycroft
As summer turns into autumn discover more about Sunnycroft's past, present and future on a guided visit at weekends.
Visiting Sunnycroft this autumn
Sunnycroft will be open on weekends from Saturday 4 September to Sunday 24 October. Please continue to book your visit in advance.
Visitors will be able to discover more about Sunnycroft: Past, Present and Future on a guided visit of most of the ground and first floors of the house. Find out why Sunnycroft and it's collection are so special, uncover more about the people who lived here, how they lived, and how they used this middle-class urban villa during the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Sunnycroft came to the National Trust in 1997 - find out what it was like then, and let us know what you'd like see for Sunnycroft in the future.
Guided visits of the house are via timed entry, and there is no level access to the house, for more access information please click here Sunnycroft Access Statement 2021 (PDF / 0.2MB) download .
Please arrive within the half hour time slot on your arrival ticket, your guided visit will start at the end of that time period. E.g. if you have booked to arrive at 11am-11.30am, your guided visit of the house will start at 11.30am at the front door.
Please note, there is no tearoom or shop at Sunnycroft. You are welcome to bring refreshments to enjoy in the gardens.
Before or after the guided visit, visitors are welcome to stroll around the garden and see how progress is coming along on with the conservation work on the historic Grade II listed Halliday conservatory.
Conserving our conservatory
Over recent years the team at Sunnycroft have been raising funds to conserve and restore Sunnycroft's Grade II listed conservatory. This very special building is one of only two still know to exist, and thanks to generous donations from visitors, supporters, and legacies the project is now underway.
The conservation work will be taking place in situ at Sunnycroft (if you visit this summer you'll be able to see what stage we are at), as well as offsite in specialist craft workshops and is expected to be completed in early September.