Sutton has a number of great places to visit in its area, whether that be with family or by yourself.

And with February half-term on the horizon, what better time is there to plan a visit so can visit some of the options.

The review site TripAdvisor is a great place to find the best attractions in Sutton, making it perfect for you to find the attractions. 

To save you a job we've worked out what TripAdvisor says is the best and broken them down into the top five, starting with the best and working down the list.

Best attractions in Sutton according to TripAdvisor:

1. Cheam Park

Your Local Guardian: Cheam Park. (TripAdvisor)Cheam Park. (TripAdvisor)

With a rating of 4 out of 5, the park is a great open space that the whole family enjoy, especially the dog. 

The park has a children's play area, exercise equipment, tennis courts, bowls, and croquet club as well as a great little cafe. 

It also holds brilliant views over the Wembley Arch, the Shard, and much more of London's impressive skyline. 

One user said: "Beautiful, well-kept park with a lovely Café that has outside seating as well as inside. There is a lot going on at the park eg keep fit and football. It is lovely to see a park that is used by many in the community."

2. Whitehall

Your Local Guardian: The Whitehall museum. (TripAdvisor)The Whitehall museum. (TripAdvisor)

The local museum holds a rating of 4.5 out of 5 and is a local favourite to many. 

The Tudor-style building has a range of features from the impressive parlour, Victorian kitchen, and a model of Nonsuch Palace. 

It is also home to a much love cafe that serves great coffee and locally produced cakes.

One review said: "We visited during December and there were wonderful craft activities for children and a snowball hunt. The people that run the events are so welcoming.

"Furthermore all the activities were free! There is a nice cafe there too, although more kid-friendly items on the menu would be good."

3. The Sports Village- Soft Play

Your Local Guardian: The soft play area. (TripAdvisor)The soft play area. (TripAdvisor)

The soft play area gets a good score of 3 out of 5 and is loved by children and parents. 

Made especially for children under 5, there is a great range of stimulating equipment that will give babies and toddlers the freedom to explore the equipment and their own capabilities in a safe environment.

One TripAdvisor user said: "I recently babysit my friend's children 1 and 3 years old. I took them here for a 2-hour session on a Saturday. It was around £8/9 a child which I didn't think was too bad for 2 hours.

"You don't have to pre-book but it does get busy. It's a great place to let kids run free. My only criticism is it is very hot in there and the cafe was quite expensive so recommend taking your own snacks."

4. Escape from the Room

Your Local Guardian: The Escape room. (TripAdvisor)The Escape room. (TripAdvisor)

The escape room holds a great rating of 5/5 and over 180 excellent reviews.

The game gives you 60 minutes to discover the secret of the Curse of Old Maid Milly, from solving puzzles and finding hidden objects. 

One user said: "Booked this for my daughter's 12th birthday with her friends. Lots of fun and screams. Didn’t manage to escape but it was so well laid out and lots of puzzles to keep everyone busy. We will definitely be coming back."

5. Empire Cinema

Your Local Guardian: Empire Cinema. (TripAdvisor)Empire Cinema. (TripAdvisor)

The cinema gets a rating of 4.5/5 and is loved by many locals, with great ticket prices and comfortable seats. 

Showing all the latest films and some specials of golden classics, it has something for everyone to enjoy. 

One review said: "This is the best-equipped cinema in the area- sound, picture, size of the screen. Variety of drinks, including beers, snacks, and pop corns. Nice and clean, good service."