About National Trust: Sutton House

A rare example of a Tudor red-brick house built for Sir Ralph Sadleir, Principal Secretary of State for Henry VIII. Features oak panelling, painted staircase, carved fireplaces and Jacobean wall paintings. Altered in the 18thC with 19thC and 20thC additions. Completely repaired and restored as an historic house to visit and established as an arts and education centre for east London. The house regularly holds exhibitions.

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Prices and Opening Times

Adult Ticket: £3.50 to £3.90 (USD5.81)  per ticket
Child Ticket: £1.00 to £1.10 (USD1.66)  per ticket
Family Ticket: £6.90 to £7.60 (USD11.45)  per ticket

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Opening Times:

Wednesday - Friday: 10:30 - 17:00

Saturday - Sunday: 12:00 - 17:00

Open Bank Holiday Mondays and Good Friday. Closed January, opening 5 February 2014.

Rooms are in regular use by community groups. Please telephone if you would like to visit the property at a quiet time.

Venue Details & Map

2-4 Homerton High Street
E9 6JQ
+44 (0)20 8986 2264
Public transport:
A102 - Walk past the Railway Tavern, cross Mare St and into the churchyard. Walk past the church tower, right through the churchyard. At Sutton Place walk across to where this joins
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app
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