Access and facilities
The information desk is located at the entrance on the ground floor. Staff are happy to help with any questions you have.
There are toilets on all floors and they are all accessible to wheelchair users. Changing Places toilets are currently not available at Sudley House.
Baby changing facilities are available on the ground floor.
There is a lift between all floors.
Cloakroom and Buggy park
Cloakrooms are are currently not available at Sudley House. We ask that visitors avoid bringing large bags into the gallery. Prams can be left on the ground floor. Please ask a member of staff for assistance.
Café and shop
There is a café on the ground floor. No shop is currently available at Sudley House but you can shop our range of art gifts, prints and souveniers online.
A picnic area is not available inside the gallery but there are large areas of grass in the grounds of Sudley House which can be used for a picnic.
We do not have a dedicated prayer room, but our community rooms can be used if available. Please ask a member of staff.
There is disabled parking outside the building and visitors can be dropped off right outside the front door.
Wheelchairs and mobility scooters
A wheelchair is available to borrow from the information desk at the entrance.
Deaf and hearing impaired visitors
Interactives have English subtitles, but currently do not have a BSL option.
Blind and visually impaired visitors
We welcome guide dogs and drinking bowls are available outside the front entrance. Audio descriptions are available on our interactives. We have a magnifier available to use. Please ask a member of staff.
We welcome guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs in the gallery. Drinking bowls are available from the front entrance.
We want people living with autism to feel welcome when they visit us, and aim to make our museums and galleries more autism-friendly.
Please see our welcome guide to Sudley House (pdf) which has photos of the museum and useful information for your visit.
Sudley House has signed up to the Autism Charter, through Autism Together and the Connect to Autism scheme.