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Honeywood Museum in Winter - Picture Copyright Friends of Honeywood Museum 2018

Honeywood Museum is a Grade II listed building next to the picturesque Carshalton Ponds in the heart of Carshalton's Conservation Area. The family-friendly museum re-opened in May 2012 after a complete refurbishment following an HLF grant. It has beautifully restored period details including the Edwardian Billiards Room, Drawing Room and Bathroom. There are exhibitions which tell the fascinating history of the house and the people who lived there, and an on-going diary of events which illuminate the history of Carshalton, the Borough of Sutton, and a fascinating range of topics beyond. Look out for the delightful collection of Edwardian toys on display in the Childhood Room and visit the lovely tea room and the Museum's shop with its wide range of publications and unusual gifts. The Friends support all this, and very much more. Entry is FREE.


School Visits - We are now taking bookings for school visits again - details are available HERE

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Honeywood Museum

Honeywood Walk, Carshalton SM5 3NX
020 8770 4297
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Admission & opening hours

Admission to the Museum & Shop is FREE
Mon Tues Closed; Wed Thurs Fri 11:00-17:00
Sat Sun 10:00-
Closed Bank Holidays & Sunday 1 April

Shop & Tea Room

Our Shop (selling unusual gifts, pocket-money items and publications) and our Tea Room are open during normal Museum opening hours
Last orders taken at 16:30 in the Tea Room

How to get there

Map, travel and parking details for those intending to visit Honeywood Museum


Volunteers are welcomed by the Friends and the Museum to assist in their respective roles

What's On.. Sutton's heritage and libraries January to April 2018

Forthcoming Events and Exhibitions

22 February 19:30

25 February 14:30-16:30

10/11 March 10:00-17:00

18 March 14:00

22 March 19:30

31 Mar-5 Apr 11:30-16:30

6&13 Apr 14:30 or 15:30

11 April 11:00-13:00

The Friends of Honeywood Museum

The Friends of Honeywood exists to support the Museum in both financial and material terms, and to encourage interest in LB Sutton's local history
CLICK to download a Membership Application Form

Our Archive

A wonderful archive of events at what is now Honeywood Museum going right back to 2007. Many happy memories of occasions, events, locations and people in words and pictures


An archive of words, pictures and historical content relating to the fascinating history of some of the buildings in Carshalton, Beddington, Wallington and beyond

Beddington Park Development Project

Follow the progress of the 3m HLF-Funded restoration and enhancement more
Find out what's going on from January to April 2018

Sutton's Transport History

The changing scene of Sutton's Transport network; buses, trams and trains seen through the lenses of local photographers and through local archive pictures

20th Century Stories

Local residents of the Borough of Sutton recount their experiences and recollections during the 20th century in a large collection of videos wonderfully compiled by Tracey Gooch in 2014

School Visits

We are now able to book school visits for our new range of packages. Click HERE to see all the details together with information about how to book and how to contact us

History of Honeywood

Honeywood, as a name, as a family home and, much later, as a Museum, has had a long and fascinating place in the history of Carshalton Village since c.1680

Little Holland House

Little Holland House now has its own programme of events. Click HERE to see when it is open and what is happening. Entry is FREE but events may carry a modest charge


Local people's recollections of days gone by in a series of stories that stirs many memories.
We are always happy to receive memories and pictures to illustrate them


Unless stated otherwise, all words and pictures are Copyright The Friends of Honeywood Museum 2006 - 2018
The Friends of Honeywood Museum cannot be held responsible for the content of links to external sites