Sudbury Heritage Centre
COVID-19 NOTICE: Regretfully we are unable to re-open the Sudbury Heritage Centre during COVID-19 restrictions. The collection is located within a shared space at The Town Hall where we cannot uphold the current guidelines for Heritage Attractions within COVID-19 Guidance.
If you are visiting Sudbury we would encourage you to visit our Tourist Information Centre, where our staff will be happy to help you explore Sudbury!
From Saxons to silk...A must visit for anyone curious about Sudbury's unique heritage. The brilliantly curated displays offer a window into Sudbury Town’s past from the Iron Age to the 21st Century.
The centre, managed by the Sudbury Museum Trust, is located in Gaol Lane, within Sudbury Town Hall.
Admission to the centre is free for all
are 10am - 4pm Monday to Friday and 10am - 12.30pm on Saturday.
Fully accessible for wheelchair and pushchair users.
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"A small museum in centre of Sudbury well worth visiting. Detailing history of the town and information about the armed forces of the town and area during world war 2. Well worth the visit".
Reviewd 11 July 2019
"We visited the Heritage Centre and Museum which is behind the town hall at the start of our visit to Sudbury and thought it gave a good overview of the history of the town with some interesting information and exhibits. Given it is free if you have any interest in history you would be silly not to visit if in Sudbury"
Reviewed 13 August 2019