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The museum does have a lot of interesting exhibits, and it was fun to spot items I grew up with.Ideal for children, with lots of activities, if theres only a small gripe is that the entrance fee is a little high and could be expensive...More
We, grandparents, took 7 year old grandson to Sudbury at Half Term and it was a real HIT!
His joint ticket took us first into the Sudbury Hall, which is a perfect little gem Jacobean house! Armed with the Quiz, grandson happily visited all rooms...More
There is so much to see where, all of which are associated with children, what they did and what they played with. Some of the displays were quite moving, when you learnt about the children who went down the mines, or those used to clean...More
The start is a display of when children had to work and did not really have a childhood.
Then there are games, toys and pastimes from every era, interspersed with lots of hands on objects for children and adults to enjoy.
Bonus of the National...More
The hall was closed so we only accessed the museum. Some interactive exhibits and a lot of people exclaiming 'remember that' or 'I had one of those'. A very enjoyable couple of hours. As a child who took music lessons from a young age I...More
I recently joined the National Trust and decided to make use of this during the summer holiday with my Son and his friend who are both 10 years of age. We arrived a little after opening time, parking was well sign posted but is a...More