Attractions and Places to Visit in Sutton
The London Borough of Sutton was once made up of rural villages, associated with feudal and royal estates. The "village feel" persists, and places in the borough such as Carshalton, Cheam and Belmont continue to be referred to as villages. The historic development of the borough is reflected in the number of heritage areas designated as conservation areas and as areas of special local character.
Friends of Whitehall in Sutton
Sutton is rich with many galleries, museums, live music and cultural events, and has a deep music and art heritage. Sutton galleries feature acclaimed artists from all over the world.
Honeywood Museum is a Grade II listed building next to the picturesque Carshalton Ponds in the heart of Carshalton's historic Conservation Area. Surrounded by historic buildings and water features the locality forms one of the most interesting and attractive areas in Greater London
The Cockney Museum
The concept of the Cockney Museum has long been a dream of George Major, the Pearly King of Peckham, since he acquired the Pearly Crown Jewels as they are known.