Opening HoursMonday – Sunday 10am – 5pm (last entry ticket at 4.30pm)
Open every day except 24th December – 1st January inclusive
Child 7 and over: £3.00
Child under 7: free
Family (2 adults, 3 children): £12.00
Concessions: over 60s and students: £3.75
Price includes free audio tour
Most credit and debit cards accepted
Discounts may be available for prebooked groups.
Situated in the heart of Southampton city centre, it is very easy getting to the Tudor House and Garden. Whether you're coming straight off a cruise or navigating your way down by car.
By CruiseLocated just a five minute walk away from Southampton City cruise terminal, it is within easy distance from the port. Just walk west down Town Quay before making a right down Bugle Street where you will find the Tudor House, about three quarters of the way down.
By TrainSouthampton Central rail station is approximately 1 mile away from the Tudor House & Garden. Regular cross country and local services to London Victoria, Gatwick and London Waterloo are available. A free bus service runs from outside platform 4 to Town Quay. You can then walk from here down Bugle Street until you reach the house.
By BusNational Express and Greyhound coaches run from the City centre to all major destinations, with free CityLink buses running between the station, WestQuay and Town Quay. National Express Coach Station, approximately 1/2 - 1 mile from the terminals runs frequent services to London Victoria with last-minute tickets often available.
West Quay Cars
West Quay cars offer a taxi service for anywhere in the city, simply give them a call and they will come and pick you up.
They are a booking only taxi service, so please call ahead of your journey on 02380 999999
By CarApproximately 75 miles from London, following the M3, M27 and A34 provides the most direct and fastest route from the capital, North and Home Counties. If travelling from the West, Bristol or Wales, follow the A36. From the East, follow the A27/M27, exiting at Junction 8.
See below for information on where to park once in the city centre.
Getting Here Markers
|Berth 104 (Fruit Shed)||Cruise and shipping terminal|
|City Cruise Terminal||Berth 101, Dock Gate 10, Western Docks, Southampton, SO15 1AJ|
|Coaches to and from Southampton||National Express, Megabus and Greyhound coaches from Southampton|
|Mayflower Cruise Terminal||Berth 106, Dock Gate 10, Western Docks, Southampton, SO15 1HJ|
|Ocean Cruise Terminal||Berth 46/47, Dock Gate 4, Eastern Docks, Southampton, SO14 3QN|
|QEII Cruise Terminal||Derth 38/39, Dock Gate 4, Eastern Docks, SO14 3GG|
|Southampton Central Train Station||Regular national services, including trains to London stations|
|West Quay Cars||Private hire taxis and tours|
Parking near the Tudor House
There is ample public paid-for car parking within a short distance of Tudor House: to the west at The Quays, to the north in Castle Way, to the south in High Street between Britton Street and Porter’s Lane, at Gloucester Square off road parking, and to the east on the corner of Eastgate Street and Back of the Walls. There’s also some on-street metered parking close by, including in Bugle Street.
Car Parking Markers
|Castle Way Car Park||Southampton city centre car park|
|Eastgate MSCP Car Park||24-hour Southampton city centre mulit-storey car park|
|Gloucester Square Car Park||Southampton city centre car park|
|The Quays South car park||Southampton city centre car park|
|Tudor House & Garden||Recently refurbished Tudor building and gardens with displays and exhibits|
AccommodationFrom five star hotels to budget options, there are a host of hotels close to the Tudor House. Situated in the old town and closest to the Tudor House, Mercure Dolphin is a 15th century hotel that has welcomed many renowned historical figures over the years. With a variety of options from the 4 star spa hotel, The Grand Harbour, to the reliant chain of Holiday Inn, you'll be sure to find what you are looking for in Southampton.
|Grand Harbour Hotel||Four star hotel with spa and restaurant.|
|Holiday Inn Southampton||Three star hotel|
|Hunters Lodge Bed and Breakfast||Four star B&B|
|Ibis Budget Hotel Southampton||Budget hotel close to the city centre and cruise terminals|
|Ibis Hotel Southampton||Three star hotel with bar and restaurant.|
|Jurys Inn Southampton||Southampton's largest hotel|
|Mercure Southampton Centre Dolphin Hotel||Four star, 15th century hotel located in the city centre|
|Novotel Southampton||Four star hotel close to the centre of Southampton. Cruise & Stay packages available|
|The Elizabeth House Hotel||Two star hotel with weekday bar and bistro.|
|The White Star Tavern - Dinning and Rooms||Award-winning hotel and restaurant|
Looking for something to do after your Tudor House visit? Why not head up the QEII Mile, towards the heart of the cities shopping district.
Southampton is one of the leading shopping destinations in the South, with hundreds of stores spread out across the city. WestQuay, one of the cities landmarks offers over 100 shops featuring designer and house hold names. Marlands, the cities other main shopping centre offers boutique stores, along with a busy high street and unique, independent shops across Bedford Place and East Street.
Southampton shopping markers
|Bedford Place||Small, independent shopping district with busy nightlife and restaurants|
|East Street||Shopping street|
|IKEA||Swedish home superstore|
|The Marlands Shopping Centre||Shopping centre with 40 boutique and specialist stores|
|West Quay Retail Park||Retail park in the city centre|
|WestQuay Shopping Centre||Over 100 known brand shops and large food court|