15th Century Tudor House to 12th Century Pub
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Tudor House is a great example of over 800 years of history, sitting in the heart of Southampton Old Town. The timber framed building, built in the late 15th Century offers an interesting insight into the life and times of it's residents and Southampton more widely. Discover King John's Palace, an adjacent Norman house, and the cafe in the gardens offering tea and cake.
Please be aware that admission costs £6 for adults, check the website for concessions.
Following this visit, we will then go across the road to The Duke of Wellington pub, a timber framed pub dating back to 1220 offering a variety of real ales, and pub food, where if everyone wishes we can have an early supper.
I'm not absolutely sure what accessibility is like at either venue, particularly as they are so old and floors, may be uneven, doorways and ceilings small. Please check the venue's website above for more details.
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What to bring
Please dress appropriately for the weather on the day, moving from mid afternoon into early evening.
Food & drink
There is a garden cafe at the Tudor House itself for tea and cake, last orders are at 4.30pm.
If you wish to join us later in the Duke of Wellington pub you are welcome to do so, and there is food served at the pub