To help everyone enjoy their visit, we have updated our COVID-19 guidance:
Please note we strongly recommend wear face coverings in our venues to help keep everyone safe.
Our one-way system is still in place for social distancing, so please do give each other plenty of space in the museum.
There are plenty of hand sanitisers around the museum for visitors to use and we’ll be continuing our increased cleaning regime.
We are doing everything we can to remain fully open during this time. We might, on occasion close the museum as we react to the current COVID-19 climate and staff shortages. Please bear with us, your safety is our priority whilst in our venues.
Tickets now available on the door only. There is no need to pre-book your visit.
Education groups planning visits upon opening can book through firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can’t wait to welcome you back.
Monday to Thursday: 10am – 3pm (last entry 2.15pm)
Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 5pm (last entry 4.15pm)
Jubilee weekend opening – We will be open as normal Thursday 2 June and open for a special opening Friday 3 June 10am-3pm
From 1 April 2022 there will be a small price rise to assist in offsetting the increasing operational costs.
Child 5 and over: £5
Child under 5: free
Concessions: over 65’s and students: £5.50
Family (2 adults, 3 children): £19.00
Joint day tickets with SeaCity Museum and annual passes are available – find out more here.
Discounts may be available for pre-booked groups, call 023 8083 4536 or email email@example.com for more information.
Situated in the heart of Southampton city centre, it is very easy to get to the Tudor House and Garden. Whether you’re coming straight off a cruise or navigating your way down by car.
Located just a five minute walk away from Southampton City cruise terminal, it is within easy distance from the port. Just walk west down Town Quay before making a right down Bugle Street where you will find the Tudor House, about three quarters of the way down.
Southampton Central rail station is approximately 1 mile away from the Tudor House & Garden. Regular cross country and local services to London Victoria, Gatwick and London Waterloo are available. A £1 bus service runs from outside platform 4 to Town Quay. You can then walk from here down Bugle Street until you reach the house. Check times and buy tickets from South Western Railway.
National Express and Greyhound coaches run from the City centre to all major destinations. The National Express Coach Station, approximately 1/2 – 1 mile from the terminals runs frequent services to London Victoria with last-minute tickets often available.
Approximately 75 miles from London, following the M3, M27 and A34 provides the most direct and fastest route from the capital, North and Home Counties. If travelling from the West, Bristol or Wales, follow the A36. From the East, follow the A27/M27, exiting at Junction 8. Click here for information on city centre parking.
By Group Coach
The nearest coach park to Tudor House is Mayflower Park. For more information about parking, please visit the Discover Southampton Website here. Alternatively, please email Parking Services on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For reasons of security and safety, Tudor House Garden & Café has a maximum bag size policy in place. Luggage with wheels &/or larger than 56x40x21cm will not be admitted and need to be stored elsewhere before entering the building. Unfortunately Tudor House doesn’t have the facility to store luggage.
Other places to store your luggage:
Ocean@Robins Nest, 129 High St, Southampton SO14 2BR also provide a luggage storage service. 07812717628.
SeaCity Museum, Havelock Rd has lockers for items 40x80cm maximum.
Please do not leave bags unattended at any time. The Museum reserves the right to vary or alter these conditions without prior notice.