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Sutton House

2-4 Homerton High St., London E9 6JQ, England
+44 20 8986 2264
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Perhaps not one for a long visit, but interesting enough. Of particular note, the preserved squat... read more

Reviewed 12 November 2017
James K
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Norwich, United Kingdom
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National Trust

We had national trust tickets and had to choose a property. I was pleasantly surprised by this... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2017
Debra R
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Tenerife, Spain
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2-4 Homerton High St., London E9 6JQ, England
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Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Perhaps not one for a long visit, but interesting enough. Of particular note, the preserved squat on the top floor - an unusual slant of recent social history that you wouldn't expect of the NT. Adjoining Breaker's Yard good too.

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Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

We had national trust tickets and had to choose a property. I was pleasantly surprised by this lovely house. There are lots of original features and real care has been taken to share it's expansive history. I had no children with me but I loved...More

Thank Debra R
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Reviewed 24 July 2017

While moderately interesting, reviewers can be forgiven for rating it the 458th best thing to do in London. The house has passed through many hands, so no original contents remain, but it has panelling, and the National Trust has put in some furniture and pictures...More

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Reviewed 2 July 2017

Have been on several NT Easter Trails, but this one outshone them all. Absolutely great place - can't wait to revisit. Love that the squatters have been included in the building's history.

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Reviewed 24 June 2017

One of the lesser known of the National Trust's properties, this is a well preserved Tudor house in Hackney. Accessible by Overground and makes a nice afternoon trip.

1  Thank aethelberga
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

Making the most of our NT cards went to see one of the oldest brick built houses in Hackney. Lots of interesting facts and data displayed on a self guided tour.

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Reviewed 5 June 2017

Unassuming museum which offers a lot of interest and history. Visitors are encouraged to touch and experience the environment. Nice outside space for kids and adults alike, feels like a community place. Two hours just flew by here.

2  Thank nge8
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Reviewed 5 June 2017

Visited here with a friend, looking forward to seeing a historic building with Tudor features etc, believed to be the oldest building in Hackney for certain, if not London! We had read the information provided in the 'What's On in your area ' newspaper sent...More

Thank GwynethG306
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Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

I have meant to visit Sutton House for years and am so glad I got the chance yesterday. I loved how the house acknowledged the various histories besides the Tudor. There is excellent material for children to engage with and a wonderful ( and surprisingly...More

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Reviewed 4 May 2017 via mobile

In the middle of Hackney and now surrounded by houses and flats on every side this house was once in a village setting in the middle of fields. Built in 1535 by a powerful member of King Henry VIII ' s court, and adapted and...More

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It is a while since we went there but we had quite a long time looking around, trying on costumes - we have photos as Queen and King - Henry the 8th and Queen - Ann Bolyn I think! Eating lovely cake and drinking coffee while... More
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