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Eastbury Manor House: a magnificent Tudor survival 

Welcome to Eastbury Manor House, a Grade I listed building owned by the National Trust and managed by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. Explore Eastbury's atmospheric rooms where you will find 17th-century wall paintings, a garderobe and an exhibition that tells the story of the house and the people who lived here. Climb the 62 steps of our fine Tudor turret to view the building’s soaring chimneys and find out more about our special history with one of our costumed guides.

Opening times

House Tearoom and walled garden:

Please note:We are closed during the Christmas period
the site is closed on public holidays and for the month of January. 

From 3 February to 18 December 2014 Monday to Thursday 10am to 4pm

From 1 June to 28 September Sundays 12 noon to 5pm

We are also open on Saturday 8 February, Saturday 1 March, Saturday 8 March, and Saturday 5 April 10am - 4pm .


 April 2014 - March 2015
Adults £4.00; c
hildren £2.00; concessions £2.00; family ticket £8.00*; National Trust members free               
LBBD residents prices: LBBD adults £3.00; LBBD children £1.50; LBBD concessions  £1.50; LBBD family ticket £6.00* LBBD Group £2

*Family ticket: two adults and two children. Children's activities £2.50 per child. Please note NT members may be charged for special events.
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Rail: Upney (District Line) or Barking (Overground, c2c)
Buses: 62, 287, 368
Road: The house is just off Ripple Road and easily reached from the A13 and A406. Free pavement parking.

Access and facilities 

Access: Blue Badge parking within the grounds, with lift to all floors.

For an accessibility guide please follow the link below;

Facilities: Tea Room and Gift Shop.

Civil weddings and ceremonies 

Wedding party in walled garden 
Eastbury could be the perfect venue for your special day

Room and function hire at Eastbury 

Eastbury in the snow 
Rooms for business functions, training and meetings

History of Eastbury Manor House 

Eastbury skyline at sunset 
The house's rich history spans more than four centuries

A Tudor period gem inside and out 

Painted chamber 
Find out about Eastbury's architectural and period features
Eastbury Manor House interior
Eastbury Manor House in summer

Location map

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