Tudor World re-opened on Monday 17th May 2021 after 6 and 1/2 months of closure.
From Monday 19th July, Step 4 of the Government Road Map begins.
However, we are aware that many people would prefer to continue in a more cautious and safe manner until everyone is vaccinated. The museum will therefore continue to have entry regulated with timed tickets, to ensure social distancing.
Regular and thorough cleaning will continue to take place.
Hand sanitiser is available on entry and we ask each customer to use this before entering the museum. Whilst it is no longer mandatory to wear a face covering, the Government does 'recommend' the continuing wearing of a mask (unless exempt or under 11 years age) and we would strongly urge you to keep wearing a mask for the safety.
The 'live' evening Ghost Tours of the building will recommence also on Monday 19th July, but with restricted numbers. Again, face covering is not mandatory but we would recommend as it is within an indoor setting.
The Government announced Plan B on the 6/12/21 and from Friday 10th December face masks will be required in the museum as well as the shop area. If you have a disability that prevents you from wearing a mask, we will never ask you what your disability may be. However, it would be advisable to wear a lanyard or show a certificate of exemption (available from the UK Gov website), to prevent any embarrassment or distress to the visitor and the guides who will then not have to ask you to wear a mask, as they will visually see that you are exempt.
Tudor World would like to thank everyone for their support during these unprecedented times and wish everyone to stay safe.