Following the announcement of the government's roadmap for reopening, we’re looking forward to receiving visitors once again.
From Monday 12 April, six people from separate households will be able to meet in gardens. The Museum’s cafe will be open for takeaway refreshments from the garden.
We're also happy to have a date for reopening the museum in stage 3 of the government's roadmap (from 18 May) and we are getting ready to welcome you back. We will confirm opening dates and details nearer the time. There will be new exhibitions and events, and we will of course be implementing all of the Covid-safety measures. Click here to find out what to expect on your return.
Until we reopen, we hope you continue to enjoy activities on our website and social media or by joining our mailing list here.
Thank you for your loyalty and support - it is hugely appreciated. As a charity we rely heavily on admissions income and on the generosity of our funders, donors, patrons and members. Since mid-March our income has been severely impacted. For more information on how to support us click here.
To help keep everyone safe at Tullie House we've introduced some changes. To read our Visitor Risk Assessment in response to the Covid-19 crisis please click here.
We've missed you all and can’t wait to welcome you back to the museum. For more information click here.
Driggsby, A Whale's Tale
OPENING SPRING 2021 - inline with the museum opening in stage 3 of the government's roadmap, expected this May.
Major New Visitor Experience: The Costume Collection at Tullie House
OPENING SPRING 2021 - inline with the museum opening in stage 3 of the government's roadmap.
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