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Tudor House & Garden, Southampton

Categories: History Museums, Historic Sites, Museums, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Adults: £4.75

Concessions: £3.75 (over 60s, students and FOSMAG members)

Children 7-16: £3.00

Children under 7: FREE

Family Ticket: £12.00

Free admission for carers accompanying a paying disabled person.
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  • This is a must if you come to Southampton, a lovely place to come, and what beautiful architecture! It's like going back in time, with the old Tudor style building 
  • The House over the centuries, changed their shapes (the oldest part dates back to the Norman architecture) to be used as a last resort in 1912 to become the first museum in Southampton. Interactive introduction + a large number of exhibits, as well as gardens, whose construction dates back to the 16th century. make that a visit to this place.
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  • It was a great visit to Southampton and some good site seeing if your looking for some history of this city this is a great place to start it's got a wonderful digital interactive showing which is gre...  read more »
  • Really lovely place to visit. Lots of historical information and a great garden. The little cafe is really good too though a bit pricey.
  • Visited Southampton for the day from London and was my first time to the area. Tudor house was great from the outside but it was closed on the day I wanted to visit. Why on a Monday! I aim to return in the future
  • Olden place in Southampton...good for walking & for relax of mind.
  • Very friendly staff and the kids absolutely loved it. We were wandering around for hours so they could take it all in. There's a room full of toys for children to play with and an area for dressing up. Excellent value for a day out.
  • We took my mum to Tudor House on 30th April 2013, her 92nd birthday. As a child in the 1960s I had been taken there by my parents on many occasions. I particularly loved the attic laid out as a nursery with all the dollies. On this return visit so many years later, we all (me, my husband and my mum) enjoyed it. However, it had lost something. The staff were very helpful, the cafe very welcome and the garden much as I remembered it. However, there was too much audio-visual in evidence and some of the rooms were much too bare. The biggest disappointment of course was that there was no access to the attic (and I am told there is nothing up there anymore anyway). I understand the lack of access is due to health & safety reasons but it would be lovely to see that nursery re-created in one of the other spaces that ARE accessible, especially as some of them are so empty. The one place that DID benefit from a soundtrack was the cellar. The sound of bombs falling all around was very effective and gave me a little understanding of what it had been like for my mum, who of course was in the 1941 blitz of Southampton. It was probably just as well that a 92-year old could not get down to the cellar, as it might have been a little too realistic!
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