The Childrens Country House at Sudbury

Sudbury Hall in the Sunshine with Geese on the Lawn

Important notice -

Sudbury is currently closed as we make preparations to become the Children's Country House at Sudbury. We look forward to reopening to visitors in early 2022. Keep an eye on our social media account page and our website for updates.

Late 17th-century house with lavish interiors and the Museum of Childhood

The Childrens Country House at Sudbury

Get involved

Chalked rainbow drawing on a pavement with the words 'be kind'

Sudbury Hall calls out for children's Covid-19 creations

We need your help to capture what life was like for you during the Covid-19 pandemic. Are you part of a family with children during lockdown? Then send in your photos, drawings, artwork, stories and lots more. This way what you did and felt during the Covid-19 pandemic will be recorded for us to look back on and remember this time.

The Childrens Country House at Sudbury

Wildlife

The Childrens Country House at Sudbury

History

looking up towards sudbury hall, theres some geese to.

The builder of Sudbury Hall 

Learn about George Vernon, the young man who in 1660 built the hall you see today.

The Childrens Country House at Sudbury

Our work

The Childrens Country House at Sudbury

Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at The Childrens Country House at Sudbury on the National Trust Collections website