Exhibition Spaces in Sutton
Sutton Central Library Gallery
Sutton Central Library Gallery aims to provide the London Borough of Sutton’s residents with a wide range of contemporary art, heritage and history experiences. Entrance to the gallery and access to the exhibition is free for all members of the public, with the exception of specific events. The gallery space is available for hire to professional artists, collectives and non-profit groups wishing to exhibit their work individually or as a group.
Honeywood Museum hosts regular exhibitions as part of the events programme. The Grade II listed building next to Carshalton Ponds dates from the 17th century but was extended in the Victorian and Edwardian periods. The house has been beautifully restored to show how it would have looked when it was a family home. The Edwardian era billiards room, drawing room, bathroom and kitchen will let visitors step into the past and see for themselves how the residents of Honeywood would have lived.
Whitehall Historic House
Whitehall Historic House hosts regular exhibitions as part of the events programme. Built around 1500, Whitehall is a Grade II* listed Tudor house in the heart of Cheam Village. It is owned and managed by the London Borough of Sutton who opened it as a local museum in 1978 following a campaign by the community.
Following the recently completed National Lottery Heritage Fund refurbishment, we are delighted to invite visitors back to Whitehall to rediscover this incredible site for FREE. This Grade II* listed property is an impressive feature at the heart of the picturesque village of Cheam.
Little Holland House
Open the door to this unique arts and crafts gem, built between 1902-1904 by artist and craftsman Frank R. Dickinson. Inspired by Ruskin, Dickinson bought one of the first plots of land in this developing South London suburb at the end of the nineteenth century. Little Holland House is open on the first Sunday of each month with regular tours about the history of the house throughout the day.