A 16th century, timber-framed, continuous-jettied house which was a family home for almost 500 years. It has associations with Henry VIII's Nonsuch Palace, the Civil War and Cheam School. The garden includes a medieval well. A changing programme of events and temporary exhibitions are held during the year, including art, craft and flower festivals. Also a tearoom and gift shop. Audio tour available.
The Museum will be closing from April 2016 for repairs to take place. The museum plans to reopen in summer 2017.
Prices and Opening Times
Free admission, audio guide £1.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00
Venue Details & Map
1 Malden RoadCheamSuttonSM3 8QD
- +44 (0)20 8643 1236
- Public transport:
- Walk to the end of Station Approach, then turn right down Station Way. Cross over by traffic lights and continue walking for 2 minutes. Whitehall is on the left hand side.