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Sutton House

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Sutton House 2-4 Homerton High Street, London E9 6JQ England
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Hackney CentralOverground6 min
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Amy C wrote a review 16 Jan
London, United Kingdom253 contributions136 helpful votes
Since ever Sutton House has been a place of interest to all in east London families etc special needs groups 4 example long may it be
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Zakippay wrote a review Mar 2020
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The house is relatively small but a lot of fun activities for your child my child said they loved it
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Catriona H wrote a review Feb 2020
Teddington, United Kingdom1,162 contributions87 helpful votes
Interesting looking round this - the oldest building in east London. Dating back to the Tudor times, this house has survived remarkably well, with fabulous wood panellings and a brick exhibit downstairs (an all-brick building was actually unusual for the time). Occupied by squatters and with a tribute upstairs, there are also some crazy adapted camper van/coaches in the garden. Good place to spend 30-40mins looking round
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Hieu Le wrote a review Dec 2019
Goreme, Turkey5 contributions7 helpful votes
The house is relatively small but they have many activities, from the very creative meeting with Santas Clause, to the making of Xmas orange, and the showcase of Xmas meals across the Bristish history. It only took 1 hour or 2 to finish the house but we really enjoyed it.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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David K wrote a review Nov 2019
Worthing, United Kingdom1,438 contributions364 helpful votes
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Got off at Hackney Central Overground Station and not far from the station is Sutton House & Breakers Yard . National Trust owned (£10 per adult to get in , 2019 prices) or Free if you are a member. A Tudor property built by Ralph Sadleir who was the Secretary of State to Henry Vlll and him & his family to live there in 1535 . As you go round the rooms you will still see major areas of the house still in Tudor times but also as the house evolved you will go into a Georgian parlour room and a Victorian Study . You can start by going downstairs to the cellar where it tells you all about bricks and how the house used other materials as well , Go and put your hand in one of the draws in the Tudor Kitchen and see what you think is inside ? Also there is a chapel downstairs as well on the East Wing ? Upstairs are some more rooms and that`s where you will see the Victorian Study . There is even some Tudor bricks in the Great Chamber fire place if you look up inside . The Squatters room had some stairs leading to the room but i think the door was locked . A few more rooms and artifacts are at Sutton House as well , A lovely house and still in fine tact even today . The Breakers yard was interesting, one Coach with it`s inside taken out , Where i think it is used for educational purposes and a caravan with it`s own chai lounge downstairs .. I also had a lovely cup of tea which was great especially as the weather was terrible.. The lovely , knowledgeable young lady assistant/staff member called Gem was delightful so helpful and welcomed everyone coming in .. Yep, a nice place to see a little bit of History in East London ..
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Date of experience: November 2019
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