The Tudor House Museum

Tudor House is one of Weymouth’s treasured Tudor buildings and thought to have been a merchant’s property. It originally fronted an inlet from the main harbour, allowing ships to be moored alongside. Its original use came to an end with the filling in of the inlet in the late 18th century. The building remained as two small houses, which eventually became derelict having been empty during the Second World War and suffered bomb damage.


Adults £4.00;
Children £1.00;
Students  £1.50;
Disabled £1.00

Opening Times:

Tuesday to Friday 1 - 4pm
Every Sunday until the end of the end of October 11-3pm

3 Trinity Street, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8TW

01305 779711

Visit The Tudor House Museum Website


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