Honeywood Museum

Honeywood Museum
Honeywood Walk
Greater London


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020 8770 4297

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Completely refurbished in 2012 with the assistance of the Heritage Lottery Fund, Honeywood is a fine late Victorian and Edwardian house, incorporating part of an earlier 17th century building, overlooking the picturesque town ponds. The restored interior contains a wealth of period detail and displays on a range of topics linked to the history of the local area and the people who lived here. It has an active Friends group.

Venue Type:

Museum, Historic house or home

Opening hours

11am - 5pm Wednesday - Friday
10am - 5pm Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday

Admission charges


Getting there

Rail: Carshalton
Bus: 127, 157, 406, X26
Tube: Morden, then 157

Additional info

Wheelchair access to ground floor only.
Groups by prior booking only.

Displays tell the history of the people of the Borough of Sutton from the days of early settlement to the present, including Tudor life, the mills and country houses linked to the River Wandle, the Victorian and Edwardian eras and the Second World War. Period rooms include the Edwardian Billiards Room with its original fixtures and fittings.

Collection details

Archaeology, Architecture, Decorative and Applied Art, Inland Waterways, Industry, Social History, Toys and Hobbies, Trade and Commerce

Key artists and exhibits

  • Tudor Life
  • Victorian Life
  • Carshalton Cricket Bowl
  • Beddington Roman Villa
  • Edwardian Billiards Room
  • Edwardian Dining Room
  • Childhood Room
  • Wandle Room
  • London, Brighton & South Coast Railway memorabilia
Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
a steam train

150 Years of the Sutton - Epsom Downs Branch Railway

  • 6 May 2015 7:30-9:45pm

The Sutton to Epsom Downs branch railway opened on 22 May 1865 and popular transport historian John Parkin will explain its beginnings and development in an illustrated talk. Advance booking advised.

Suitable for

  • 16-17
  • 18+


Tickets £3.50 (£3 for members of the Friends of Honeywood Museum). Email honeywoodmuseum@sutton.gov.uk or ring 020 8770 4297 to book.

The Savvy Theatre Company poster for Alice

Alice's Mad Tea Party - Open Rehearsal

  • 14 May 2015 7:30-9:45pm

Savvy Theatre Company is producing a unique and interactive version of Alice in Wonderland in Honeywood's Victorian garden. Join the cast in the final stages of their rehearsal. Witness Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee tumbling about the garden, become part of the Queen's absurd croquet game and watch a flamingo mallet sword fight. Limited places available, so pre-booking is required.

Suitable for

  • Any age


Free, but pre-booking required.

Honeywood Museum covered with snow

Carshalton Frost Fair

  • 5 December 2015 1-6pm

Organised by the Friends of Honeywood Museum and EcoLocal, the Frost Fair promises to be a traditional winter event with activities for all the family. Along Honeywood Walk and iin the nearby Memorial Gardens the Farmers' Market stalls will offer a range of tasty treats and a variety of craft stalls will give you wonderful gift ideas. As it darkens, twinkling fairy lights will add atmosphere as you shop with the smell of roasting chestnuts and a hog roast in the air, accompanied by seasonal music with choirs and other performers.
In Honeywood itself find children's entertainments, including Santa's Grotto.

Suitable for

  • Any age


Honeywood Walk, Festival Walk, Carshalton War Memorial Gardens

Getting there

Off A.232 next to Carshalton Ponds.
Rail: Carshalton station; Buses: 127, 151, 157, 407, S3, X26.
Nearest Parking: Pay & Display car park in Carshalton High Street.

Getting there

Rail: Carshalton
Bus: 127, 157, 406, X26
Tube: Morden, then 157