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Tudor House gives a unique and atmospheric insight into the lives and times of both its residents through the years, and of Southampton itself. It appeals to visitors of all ages and interests, who find the family-friendly activities, interactive...more
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Bugle Street | St Michael's Square, Southampton SO14 2AD, England
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Spent a very interesting morning at the Tudor House in Southampton. The knot garden is very pretty and there is a nice cafe. Staff are pleasant and helpful. The free audio guide was informative. A great visit for all ages.
I took 2 kids (age 13 and 11) and we all throughly enjoyed it. Head sets to guide us to points of interest. Kids and adult versions included in price. £13 for us (2x£4 + £5) or £15 for a family of 4. Sound and...More
The Tudor House is probably Southampton's most attractive old building near St Michael's Church in walking distance from West Quay car parks. You are introduced to the house and its history with an interesting audio visual presentation which really does work well in comparison to...More
One of the attractions of the Southampton is The Tudor house and garden.It is old merchant house witch was the change to the museum. This museum show you long history of the city and how people lived. Tudor house has also a lot of atractions...More
visited here with family on Saturday 4 weeks ago and the building, facilities and information was brilliant but was greeted with bad manured and unhelpful staff. kicked out of the building 10 minutes before closing time as the staff wanted to go home and refused...More
Brilliant little gem, witch Marks on the walls, it's a full audio guided tour which includes the gardens and what was the poorest street in Southampton, it feels extraordinarily eerie as you walk around.
A fascinating insight into the development of the house, built in 1492 on a medieval site. Although not immediately central, it is not hard to find and worth looking for. The sound and light presentation in the main hall gives a very interesting introduction to...More
Response from SeaCity_Museum | Property representative |
Yes we do allow free entry at both Tudor House & Garden as well as SeaCity to our retail and catering areas. With Tudor House we have the seating area in the garden so access is allowed, if you wouldn't mind letting the... More
Yes we do allow free entry at both Tudor House & Garden as well as SeaCity to our retail and catering areas. With Tudor House we have the seating area in the garden so access is allowed, if you wouldn't mind letting the team at the front desk know you are going to the catering area they can record you as a cafe entry and let you on through. We look forward to welcoming another regular visitor.