Tudor House and Garden

Tudor House and Garden
Bugle Street
SO14 2AD

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Tudor House and Garden
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The re-opening of Tudor House and Garden Saturday 30 July 2011 marks the culmination of the repair of the House and the renewal of all the displays and facilities. The project, led by the city council with major support from the Heritage Lottery Fund and generous local donations, sees the House ready for its next phase as the city’s most significant listed building.
Vsitors will discover a Tudor House that’s familiar yet ready for the next 100 years. Cutting-edge technology, designed specifi cally for Tudor House, a sound and light show, original artefacts and new displays will tell the story of the house through the lives of the people who lived and worked there.
It’ll also be easier to explore the house, with a platform lift to the first floor and a ‘virtual tour’, uncovering the hardest to reach places. Despite all this, the quirky character of the building remains - only without leaking gutters, rotten beams and draughty windows. The garden will also re-open to the public following a careful renewal and replanting.

Venue Type:

Museum, Historic house or home

Opening hours

Open seven days a week 10am - 5pm

Admission charges

Adult: £4.75
Child 5 and over: £3
Child under 5: free
Family (2 adults, 3 children): £12.
Concessions: over 60s and Students: £3.75.
Price includes free audio tours.


  • Museums Association

Collection details

Archaeology, Social History

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Saxon Southampton

  • 28 February — 13 September 2015 *on now

Saxon Hamwic was a thriving town, international port and manufacturing centre, situated in what is now the St Mary’s area of Southampton. This exhibition showcases archaeological finds which shed light on how people lived and worked here over a thousand years ago.

Museums and Gallery Activities front cover image: Christopher Todd is an illustrator based in Southampton. His artwork about the city has been displayed at the Civic Centre and at Southampton Solent University. After many, many trips to Southampton City Art Gallery, his wedding ceremony was held there in 2014. Find out more at www.cjtoddillustration.co.uk and look out for bunnies and Easter eggs hidden in the cover image.


Normal admission charges apply.