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Enquiries: 023 8083 4242 | Closed: Fridays
Open: Mon-Thurs 10am-3pm (Last entry 2.15pm) | Sat-Sun 10am-5pm (Last entry 4.15pm)

Enquiries: 023 8083 4242Closed: Fridays | Open: Mon-Thurs 10am-3pm (Last entry 2.15pm) | Sat-Sun 10am-4pm (Last entry 3.15pm)

Planning Your Visit

hounsdown 089 (1)Tudor House & Garden
St Michael’s Square
Bugle Street
Old Town
SO14 2AD

Booking Tickets

You can book your tickets in advance online, or purchase tickets on arrival (subject to availability).

Opening Hours

Monday to Thursday: 10am – 3pm (last entry 2.15pm)
CLOSED Fridays
Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 5pm (last entry 4.15pm)

Please note we will be closed on Tuesday 6 December for staff training

Admission Charges

Adult: £6
Child 5 and over: £5
Child under 5: free
Concessions: over 65’s and students: £5.50
Family (2 adults, 3 children): £19.00

Tudor House Café entrance is FREE

Tudor House & Garden is a very popular attraction for families, schools and colleges, history lovers and tourists alike. With so many facets to the building and so much historical detail, there’s also a lot to see and take in. That’s why it’s important to plan your visit and make the most of this unique attraction.

A visit to Tudor House & Garden is also an opportunity to explore other local sites of interest including the historic Old Town and medieval city walls.

You’ll find most of the information you require to plan your visit on this website by clicking on the appropriate link on the left of this page. For information such as exhibits, historical details and using Tudor House as a venue for a wedding or event, please click on the links at the top of every page.

However, if you have any specific questions – whether about the best days for you to visit, looking after a large group or catering for specialist diets in our café – see the Contact us page for details about how to get in touch.

Sustainability at Tudor House

We are proud to be part of the Arts Council England Accelerator programme. As part of the commitment to move to a Carbon Neutral City by 2030 the Green City Charter has been launched. Our vision is to create a cleaner, green, healthier and more sustainable City.

In the café we have moved to biodegradable takeaway cups, paper straws, and source locally where possible. We are also looking into being single use plastic free. We have stopped the automatic printing of receipts for front of house this is also applicable to retail and catering. We now offer digital download of maps instead of handing them out automatically. We are supplied by 100% green electricity. We use recycled materials where possible for learning activities. We have moved to LED exhibition lighting and we have a green roof on our café.

If you have any suggestions on how we can become more sustainable please email the team on museums@southampton.gov.uk.