Whitehall, set in the heart of Cheam village, is a Tudor timber-framed house built circa 1500 with later extensions.
500 years of history await you. Discover who lived in Whitehall and how it was built. Features include:
- Original timbering with wattle and daub
- Inglenook fireplaces with cooking pots, baking oven and ashpit
- Crown-post roof with carpenters' marks
- Rear garden with 15th century well
- Medieval Cheam Pottery display
- The story of Henry VIII's Nonsuch Palace
- Furnished 19th century schoolmaster's study bedroom
- Art Gallery with contemporary exhibitions
- Tea-room with home-made cakes
- Shop with souvenirs and local history books
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