Tudor House and Garden is located in the south of England in the harbour city of Southampton, the port for ships like the "Queen Mary", "Queen Elizabeth" and the famous "Titanic" which began its first cruise from here.
Tudor House is one of the oldest buildings in the city, built in 1495, in the interior of which there's currently a museum. We find here a lot of very interesting exhibits from the Tudor era, including interior components, such as oak furniture, tapestries, paintings including portraits of the inhabitants of the house, books, kitchenware, household utensils, toys and many more.
The building also has a souvenir shop, where you will find not only cups, traditional English tea, but also delicious, local honey, a modern café and a children's room - Explorer equipped with toys, books and interesting educational games.
At the rear of the property there is a beautiful garden in the Victorian style with many ornamental plants and herbs.
For art lovers, both young and old, educational workshops organized here are certainly interesting.
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Bugle St Southampton, SO14 2AD, Great Britain
Open Monday to Sunday 10:00-17:00Tickets adults:
family tickets available
- Children up to 5 years free admission
- Family ticket (2 adults + up to 3 children) £ 12
- The object is accessible for people with disabilities, including people with visual or hearing impairments
- there's no parking directly in front of the building