Sutton House (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 2 & 4 Homerton High Street / Hackney / London E9 6JQ / England
Newest Review: ... a place like this and I did learn a lot about the house and the history of Hackney but I found myself getting quite confused about time periods because you can go into one room that's set up like one century and then walk into the next and it be the next century. However, it also meant that you got a more complete history of the place because it wasn't like they were trying to recreate one ... more
Customer Sutton House (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/07/09 (Very useful, 108 readings)
-What is Sutton House?- Sutton House is a National Trust property located in Hackney, London. Sutton House is one of the oldest houses in East London and has a very diverse and rich history. It was originally called Bryck Place because it was made from brick (something that was quite rare when it was built in 1535). Since 1535 it has been a home, several schools and a church building. It is now open to the public four days a week. -Getting There- We took the overground to Hackney Central which is easy enough, although the trains don't seem to run as regularly as the tube and we did have to wait for fifteen minutes. It wasn't easy getting ... Read the complete review
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