Going out in SuttonGreater London

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Going Out in Sutton, London

About SuttonAbout Sutton

The borough of Sutton lies in south London and a balance between city and country life with its plenty of attractions and many green spaces. Some of the town's popular attractions include the Whitehall museum, Cheam Park, Honey wood museum, Mayfield lavender fields. Pubs in Sutton consist of the Sutton arms, O’Neill’s Sutton, the cock & bull, the crown, etc. Pubs such as O'Neills Sutton present you with a comfortable pub atmosphere with big-screen sport, live music, and Irish-influenced meals and drink menus. O'Neills is the perfect place where you can appreciate the craic whether you fancy a few rounds, a spot of lunch, or a cosy meal; Where live music and entertainment lift your spirits, and where the banter passes as loosely as the drinks. However, if the old pub classics are not of any interest to you, then visit some of Sutton's popular eateries such as Yiamiam Kitchen, Casa Nostra Restaurant, Greekland, Number One Thai Restaurant, and several others providing you with exceptional dishes leaving your tastebuds tingling.

Whitehall is a timber-framed historic house museum in the centre of Cheam Village; this house was previously owned by a farmer but had been formed into a heritage centre with a range of miniature model buildings and other exhibitions. The exhibitions tell the stories of Cheam and the local area through the eyes of the people who have lived and worked locally. The institution was sanctioned by Arts Council England and immediately became and remains to be an essential place for the local village. Whitewall displays the history of the house and the local area, a peaceful rear garden, an exciting program of activities, and a tearoom voted to be one of the best in Surrey.

Honeywood Museum is a magnificent structure next to the scenic Carshalton Ponds in the core of Carshalton's memorable Conservation Area. Encompassed by historic buildings and water features, the region composes one of the most fascinating and attractive areas in Greater London. The building dates to the mid-17th century, with Victorian and Edwardian additions, including an excellent Billiards Room, Drawing Room, and Victorian Scullery. Some exhibits tell the captivating history of the residence and the people who remained there and represented the history of the Borough of Sutton and its development. The museum consists of a gift shop where you can find a range of items such as gift cards, toys, and some unique gifts. There is also a tea place where you can sit back and relax while enjoying a slice of cake and a mug of tea.

Escape the hustle and bustle of hectic city life and head down to Cheam park, with miles of green and fantastic scenery right in front of you. The park consists of football pitches, four tennis courts, an outdoor gym, a cafe and facilities such as toilets and a car park. This is the ideal place to spend quality time enjoying the greenery while you're going for a long stroll, walking the dogs, having a picnic, or just watching the world pass by. At Cheam park, you can discover traditional children's playgrounds, where you can let the kids loose and sit back and relax.

Places to eat in SuttonPlaces to eat in Sutton, Restaurants in Sutton

Caffe Kiko Italian Sutton
Caffe Kiko
Italian Sutton
MManze British Sutton
British Sutton
Bangkok Pad Thai Thai Sutton
Bangkok Pad Thai
Thai Sutton
Patisserie Valerie Cafe Sutton
Patisserie Valerie
Cafe Sutton
Bar + Block Steakhouse Steakhouse Sutton
Bar + Block Steakhouse
Steakhouse Sutton
Tiempo Lounge British Sutton
Tiempo Lounge
British Sutton

Places to drink in Sutton Places to drink in Sutton, Pubs and Bars in Sutton

Gander Inn Pub/Bar Sutton
Gander Inn
Pub/Bar Sutton
Junction Restaurant & Bar Pub/Bar Sutton
Junction Restaurant & Bar
Pub/Bar Sutton
Harvester The Plough Pub/Bar Sutton
Harvester The Plough
Pub/Bar Sutton
The Robin Hood Pub/Bar Sutton
The Robin Hood
Pub/Bar Sutton
Slug & Lettuce Sutton Pub/Bar Sutton
Slug & Lettuce Sutton
Pub/Bar Sutton
Harrow Inn Pub/Bar Sutton
Harrow Inn
Pub/Bar Sutton

A brief history of SuttonA brief history of Sutton

Sutton was once a Saxon settlement; the Saxons divided the town into separate parishes placed around the church, villages, and manor houses. The fields around the area were used as common grazing grounds, and archaeological excavation in Beddington in 1871 uncovered a Roman bathhouse and villa. Since then, more careful excavation has revealed the further indication of land use throughout the Roman era and evidence that the site was commonly used from the end of the first century until well into the fourth century.

Did you know?Did you know?

Sutton is one of London’s greenest boroughs, the town has nine public libraries, and the town has some interesting landmarks.

Hidden gems of SuttonThe hidden gems of Sutton

Some of the boroughs hidden gems include Honey wood museum, Beddington Park & The Grange, Nonsuch park, Mayfield Lavender Farm and various others waiting to be discovered by you!

Unique to SuttonUnique to Sutton

Sutton is the perfect balance between suburban and city living.