‘We’re Good to Go.’ Tullie House has taken all necessary steps to keep our visitors safe.
Following the latest government guidance please wear a face covering when visiting, from Friday 24 July. For more information visit www.gov.uk/coronavirus.
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10.00am – 3.00pm. For more information click here.
From Tuesday 21 July most of the museum will be open to the public again. Spaces open to visitors are: Cafe, Gardens, Shop, Roman Frontier Gallery, all Border Galleries (including Vikings and Reivers) and the extremely popular temporary exhibition Treasures of China. Old Tullie House remains closed at this time. Normal admission charges apply.
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.
Note for families
Please note that it has been necessary to remove several family friendly interactives: in the Roman Frontier Gallery, we have temporarily withdrawn the dress up, build your own wall, and Roman tent accessories. Static interactives are still present, with signage to remind you to sanitise hands before and after use. In the Border Galleries, some toys and interactives have been removed but visitors are still able to sit on the train and go through the tunnel. The Cafe can no longer provide toys, but please do bring your own if you'd like.
Video - What to Expect
Click the image below to see inside the museum and find out what we've done to increase your safety.
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.
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