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Sudbury Hall & The National Trust Museum of Childhood

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Sudbury is one of the most individual of late 17th century houses, with rich interior decoration including wood carving by Gibbons, superb plasterwork and decorative murals and ceilings by Laquerre. The Great Staircase is the finest of its kind in an English country house.

Housed in the 19th century wing of Sudbury Hall, the Museum of Childhood contains fascinating displays and a fine collection of toys, games and dolls. Find something for everyone in the eight themed galleries and enjoy our capitivating archive film, interactives and displays.

Events: Tel: +44 (0)1283 585 337 for a programme.

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Nearest UK Airport: East Midlands
Months Open: Hall: 19 Feb - 30 Oct 1pm - 5pm - Weds to Sun
3 Dec - 11 Dec 2010 - Christmas Event - 11am - 4pm - Mon to Sun

Museum of Childhood: 19 Feb - 3 April 11am - 5pm - Weds - Sun
4 April - 30 Oct 11am - 5pm - Mon to Sun
5 Nov - 2 Dec - Weekends only 11am - 5pm
3 Dec - 11 Dec 2010 - Christmas Event - 11am - 4pm - Mon to Sun

Grounds, Tea Rooms & Shop - as Museum
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Booking essential on (01283) 585337
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Hall: Adult £7.80, Child £4, Family £19.60
Museum: Adult £8.40, Child £4.80, Family £21.60
Joint: Adult £14.50, Child £7.80, Family £36.80
Admission charges - under 5s Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Tea Rooms

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