plan your visit  

How to get here...

walk: From Sudbury walk to

the Gallery via the Riverside

footpath. Approximately 20 minutes from the Kingfisher Centre Car Park.

by bike: By road or via the Riverside Footpath. Cycle parking available outside the Gallery.

by car: Mill Tye is sign posted off the Bures Road in Great Cornard, approximately

a mile out of Sudbury Town Centre. The turning is opposite the King’s Head Pub. Follow the signs for ‘Bakers Mill’. Parking is FREE in the car park, behind the fence, before the railway level crossing. The gallery is a short walk (approx. 3 minutes) opposite the Mill Pond, before the river, in the old 'Bakers Mill' Building.

by bus: From Sudbury Bus Station look for Chambers 

(No 754 )or Beestons (No 5 ) coaches which stop at the Great Cornard Stop, adjacent to Head Lane (on Bures Road). Full timetables are available from the tourist information centre located in the library in Sudbury. The Gallery is a

4 minutes walk from the bus stop on the Bures Road. (Normally operated by 

wheelchair accessible bus).

by train: A frequent rail service runs into Sudbury station from Marks Tey. Trains run from London, Colchester, Chelmsford, Norwich, Clacton and Ipswich into Marks Tey. The Gallery is a 20 minute walk from the Sudbury Station either by road or the Riverside footpath. See also bus service from Sudbury.

Mill Tye Gallery

and Arts Centre

3 Cornard Mills, Mill Tye,

Great Cornard, Sudbury,

Suffolk CO10 0GW

T: 01787 376 796

(24hrs Answer phone)




The Gallery is now closed until Saturday 5th March 2022 when it will reopen at 11am with its Spring Exhibition. 


If you would like to purchase a piece that you  have seen at a previous exhibition please call 01787 376 796 and leave a message. We will contact you to arrange a date for a Private Viewing.

Somewhere to stay...

The Pheasant Country Pub

in Gestingthorpe, Essex 

This secluded pub with guest rooms is 3 miles from Hedingham Castle and 8 miles from the Mill Tye Gallery. The 5 vibrant guest rooms feature en suite bathrooms and countryside views. Some also offer private patios and window seats. The pub serves real ales and ciders, and the restaurant offers an upscale British menu. The property's 1-acre gardens include organic vegetable plots and beehives.

Recommended in The Michelin Guide to Eating out in Pubs 2017 and The Waitrose Good Food Guide 2018.



Telephone: 01787 465010