Explore Tottenham's heritage through this neighbourhood collection.
historical house, gallery, museum
Tudor Manor House built for Sir William Compton in 1514, substantially altered in 17C, 18C & 19C. A museum since 1906 housing local history and community collections, archives, art & exhibitions of Bruce Castle, and Haringey area.
Guided tours of Grade-II listed Public Conveniences under refurbishment to become a new social value commercial space, including the basement (c1910), ground floor pavilion (c1922) and extension (under construction) and discuss the site’s history and future.
Hear about some of the initiatives under way in the Tottenham High Street Heritage Action Zone (High Street HAZ). LB Haringey and the Tottenham Civic Society host a tour uncovering the rich heritage of this bustling, multicultural area.
Two York stone Chapels are linked by a carriage arch built from Kentish Ragstone. The exterior is symmetrical and sturdy but the interior is a light stained glass spacious sanctuary with original features that make you step back in time.
George Pritchett, 1858