The Children’s Country House at Sudbury. Having fun with history. The Children’s Country House is a place to have fun with history. Whilst we complete the transformation there are two core spaces to enjoy when you visit The Children’s Country House at Sudbury:
The Museum - Explore the different spaces in The Children’s Country House Museum, which celebrate the escapades and challenges of childhood across the centuries. Be creative and curious as you get stuck in with activities to bring your experience to life. You don’t have to be young, only young at heart to enjoy the fun.
The Garden – Outdoor adventures await in the Garden. Enjoy walks through the historic parterre which echos formal planting plans, and colourful displays supporting a variety of pollinators. Stroll by the lake and explore new spaces that have been opened up, as we continue to work with children to further develop the Garden and decide what the future should look and feel like.
The Hall will open later in 2022.
1 adult, 2 children £16.50
Admission to The Children's Country House at Sudbury is free for National Trust members and under 5s.
You’ll need to prebook your visit with us, even if you have a National Trust membership.
- Other Awards National Trust 2019
- Disabled toilets
- Wheelchairs available
Booking & Payment Details
- Credit cards accepted (no fee)
- On-site catering
- Picnic site
- Baby changing facilities
- Facilities for educational visits
- Facilities for groups
- French signs/guides
- Gift shop
* The Children's Country House at Sudbury is reopening the hall to visitors on 17 September 2022. Tickets will be available from 19 August through the booking system. We are closed the weekend of 10-11 Sep.
Map & Directions
Sudbury Hall is 6 miles east of Uttoxeter at the junction of the A50 Derby to Stoke and A515 Ashbourne to Lichfield. The Hall has access by bus from Burton and Uttoxeter. Nearest train stations are Uttoxeter and Tutbury & Hatton.