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Walk the Secrets of the Titanic
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Walk the Secrets of the Titanic

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We will hear the stories and secrets of the Titanic but also Southampton's Port of Present and Past: the Mayflower, the QE2, and of course the Titanic itself....<br><br>Groups limited to 6 in keeping with UK guidelines<br><br>Tour Starting Point: Outside the Starbucks on Town Quay Pier
US$24.53 per adult
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Michael B wrote a review Nov 2020
Bellflower, California16,355 contributions594 helpful votes
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Old timber-framed building from the late 15th Century, with a lovely garden and even older Norman house behind. Opposite Saint Michael Church, and close to the Dancing man Pub. This was Southampton’s first museum and opened in 1912. Besides the Tudor House exhibits there is an interesting Tudor Knot Garden to explore and Norman ruins. Open every day of the week except Fridays, it’s just a five-minute walk away from Southampton City cruise terminal, or a £1 bus it’s ticket from the train station to Town Quay, then a short walk down Bugle Street. The staff were very helpful and took their time to tell is about the museum. TIP: Go early then walk down to the Dancing man Pub for lunch. Thanks for reading. would appreciate a thumbs up if you’ve found this helpful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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diego wrote a review Oct 2020
27 contributions13 helpful votes
The old house is well maintained and it has got many stories and war time hide outs, ammunition storage point etc. The entrance fee is minimal. The backyard is done creatively, but the garden part requires a little more maintenance. A small souvenir shop is at the ground floor.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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sa202020 wrote a review Sep 2020
United Kingdom13 contributions10 helpful votes
Lovely historic building and gardens, but not much to see. Can see it all in half an hour. However, go for the history.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Shelly wrote a review Feb 2020
Poole, United Kingdom3 contributions2 helpful votes
Went on a day trip to Southampton and visited the Tudor house. Absolutely loved it. Was very interesting! We chose to look round ourselves rather than do the guided or audible tours. The little “show” at the beginning was good and being able to follow the numbered information boards meant nothing was missed out. Defo worth the £5 it cost to enter!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Louise27 wrote a review Feb 2020
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With 4 children, we took a picnic only to be told we weren't allowed to eat it anywhere at tudor house. Told us to go to Westquay to eat it. Ridiculous
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Date of experience: February 2020
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