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Sudbury Hall
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Derbyshire
52° 53′ 10.82″ N 1° 45′ 54.84″ W
SK1579532159
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Sudbury Hall is a Grade I listed country house located in Sudbury, Derbyshire. It is open to the public, run by the National Trust and also houses the Museum of Childhood, in the 19th century servants wing.

The house was built by George Vernon between 1660 to 1680 using a mixture of architectural styles to complete the building. The gardens were landscaped in a traditional manner, with a tree lined lake.

The house was used to film the internal scenes in the BBC's 1995 Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice.

Sudbury Hall was presented to the National Trust by the Vernon family in 1967.

The Museum of Childhood has a collection of toys and mock bedrooms which show what it was like to be a child in England, from the 18th century to present day.