Sudbury Hall

Sudbury Hall was built between 1660 and 1702. The exterior shows a conservative Jacobean style, whereas the interior is a combination of late Renaissance classicism and early Baroque. Numerous 18C paintings are on display here, including works by Grinling Gibbons, Edward Pierce and James Pettifer, who collaborated with the celebrated architect Sir Christopher Wren. The French-style gardens were replaced by landscaped parkland in the 18C.

Useful information


DE6 5HT Sudbury


+44 1283 585337


8.25 £

Opening hours

Hall end Feb-end Oct: Wed-Sun 1pm-5pm; closed end Oct-mid Feb (except school hols Feb and some days in Dec 1pm-5pm); museum end Feb-Mar: Wed-Sun 11am-5pm; Apr-Oct: 11am-5pm; Nov-mid Dec: Thu-Sun 11am-4pm; closed mid Dec-mid Feb (except school hols Feb and some days in Dec 11am-5pm) - last admission 45min before closing