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Honeywood Museum

Honeywood Walk, SM5 3NX

days open:

open Wed Thurs Fri 11:00-17:00 Sat Sun 10:00-17:00  has cafe and toilet facilities, no wheelchair access to upper levels


Honeywood Museum is a Grade II listed building next to the picturesque Carshalton Ponds. The family-friendly museum re-opened in May 2012 after a complete refurbishment following a grant from the HLF. It has beautifully restored period details including the Edwardian Billiards Room, Drawing Room and Bathroom. There are exhibitions which tell the fascinating history of the house and the people who lived there, and an on-going diary of events which illuminate the history of Carshalton and the Borough of Sutton.



Sutton Museums and Heritage Service have collaborated with CAOS to open Honeywood Museum for all days of CAOS, to art lovers of all ages. You will be able to see paintings from the Museum Collection, there are special 'explorer packs' from The Friends of Honeywood Museum for the kids as well, and you can create your own masterpiece and have it displayed at Honeywood in free drop in workshops!

Also, from Saturday 22nd - Sunday 29th June (throughout opening hours) Award winning photographer Julian Heath will be displaying new images plus a few old favourites and conversation pieces too.


On Saturday and Sunday 22nd, 23rd, 29th and 30th June you will also be able to meet Julian and another local artist Hana Horack and see some of her recent work.

On Saturday 22nd and Sunday 30th June 2-4pm you will also be able to join the award winning Team Imagineers for fun with fabric and felt in National Lottery funded free drop in workshops. Help them make an artwork to brighten a ward at St Helier Hospital. Friendly expert artists will help you use hand powered sewing machines and learn felting techniques. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult and this sewing activity is suitable for children aged 7 and over. Drop in, no booking required.

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