Places of Interest
Sutton Ecology Centre
The Old Rectory
Sutton Ecology Centre is part of London Borough
of Sutton's commitment to improving our environment and community, through
Local Agenda 21.
Our aims are:
to create better understanding of the potential of
our local and global environment
to encourage positive involvement in our environment
by the whole community
to be a base for environmental action throughout
National Trust Properties
Morden Hall Park,
An oasis of green in the heart of suburbia, with interesting history
and ecology. There is an extensive network of waterways, and ancient hay
meadows. A full programme of guided walks and activities for children is
Visit the Snuff Mill Environmental Education Centre, the independently
run garden centre, craft workshops and city farm.
View the varied collection of mills, houses and estate buildings.
Round off the day with a meal in the listed Morden Hall restaurant,
independently managed by Whitbread.
Little Holland House
020 8770 4781
This Grade II listed interior was created around
1904 and was once home to Frank Dickinson. The house features paintings,
furniture and copper work.
020 8643 1236
A Tudor house, with later additions. Permanent
exhibitions feature Nonsuch Palace, Cheam Pottery, Cheam School and a fully
furnished period room. Temporary exhibitions and special events take place
throughout the year.
Wimbledon Windmill Museum
020 8947 2825
The original windmill was built in 1817 and now
houses a museum dedicated to the history of windmills in England.
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