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We visited last Saturday and started our visit for some lunch at the cafe. The queue was long and moved slowly, in fact it took us nearly 20 minutes to get served. There was no organisation, not one person making hot drinks and another processing...More
Having recently acquired National Trust membership, we opted for Sudbury Hall to be our first port of call.
I came to Sudbury Hall with no real expectation other than to enjoyably while away a couple of hours in that twilight zone period between Christmas and...More
Visited today with our daughter and two granddaughters under 3 and we all enjoyed the museum. There was plenty of hands on things for the children to do and keep them entertained. We then walked around the grounds and went on the woodland playground which...More
The outside of the Hall is imposing and graceful. The inside is full of superbly crafted plaster and clay mouldings to the ceiling and marvellous carvings around fireplaces. The many portraits of the family members are beautifully painted, but dull. The grounds aren't extensive, but...More
Attended a performance of the above by The Lost Boys.
Fantastic actors,highly entertaining and really got the audience involved.
All children got a chocolate coin and a game at the end and adults were given a free ticket for entry to the childhood museum.In our...More
Having visited Sudbury Hall several times to experience different peiods we made our first Christmas visit. Christmas trees are now a staple of the festive season, but they are in fact a relatively modern addition to Christmas traditions. Staying true to the regency period, officially...More
Visited here again on Sunday, this time we visited the Hall and the Childhood Museum utilising our NationalTrust membership. Pleasantly surprised by the grandeur of the Hall, some lovely ornate pieces. We had fun with the ladies and gents dancing, even joining them. Some activities...More
I would say at any time of the year, as exhibitions and events are going on al the time. Each season is beautiful, so just go whenever you feel like it and enjoy the magic of every season.
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