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Tudor House Museum

St. Michaels Square
SO14 2AD

Tudor House Museum re-opens in summer 2011.
Tudor House is arguably Southampton's most important historic building, encompassing over 500 years of history on one site. The impressive timber framed house was built at the end of the 15th century by Sir John Dawtrey.

Tudor House has undergone a £1.9million restoration scheme, which has been funded by the council, the Heritage Lottery Fund and English Heritage. The museum will become a welcoming and enjoyable visitor attraction with new facilities, displays and experiences which will tell the story of the house and the people who lived and worked there.

There will be lots to appeal to residents and visitors to the city. Visitors will be able to enjoy a cream tea over looking the beautiful gardens from the new café.

A new lift will make the first floor accessible to disabled people for the very first time. Improved toilet facilities including those for disabled people again will make improve the visitors' experience.

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Tudor House Museum Postcode for SatNav: SO14 2AD


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