sudbury Town Hall
Built by Thomas Ginn of Sudbury 1826/27 and opened for use in 1828. It is a fine and well-proportioned building in the Greek classic style occupying a prestigious site overlooking the Old Market Place.
Today The Town Hall is home to Sudbury Town Council offices, Sudbury Information Centre, Suffolk County Council Registration Services and is also open to the public as Sudbury's free Heritage Centre & Museum with a range of fascinating artifacts and interactive displays offering a window into Sudbury's rich history.
At the rear is the old and impressive entrance to the former town gaol, which held the prisoners overnight before the assizes. This has been skilfully adapted to serve as a fitting entrance to The Sudbury Heritage Centre.
sudbury heritage centre & museum
From Saxons to silk...A must visit for anyone curious about Sudbury's unique heritage. Sudbury Heritage Centre is housed within the beautiful Grade II listed Town Hall with entrance on Gaol Lane. Displays offer a fascinating glimpse into the town’s past from the Iron Age to the 21st Century. Read more here.
The entrance on Gaol Lane is also the start of Sudbury's self-guided town walk: The Talbot Trail.
sudbury tourist information centre & sudbury town council services
Open year round | monday - saturday
Sudbury's Tourist Information Centre is one of the last remaining TICs in the region. Run by Sudbury Town Council this friendly and customer focused service is for both local residents and visitors alike. Our knowledgable staff can help tailor your visit to you interests and we have a shop stacked with fascinating local history books, maps and guides as well as locally crafted gift ideas - incuding products made with our famous Sudbury Silk!
Step into the Sudbury Story on one of our Guided Town Tours!
Have a query? Please get in touch:
T: 01787 372331 (Option 1)
events & The assembly room
room available for hire
The Town Hall's impressive Assembly Room has played host to many public and private events. They include Sudbury's inaugural Silk Festival, the annual Christmas Party for senior citizens of Sudbury, tours as part of Heritage Open Days, Suffolk Day and more.
We offer competitive hire rates for private and corporate functions, and subsidised rates for local community and charitable organisations. The space is accessible and well equipped with a kitchen, toilets, chairs and tables, AV equipment including a projector and screen.
Register births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships at Sudbury Register Office. Please get in touch with Suffolk County Council's Registration services for more information.
Phone: 0345 607 2080