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Tudor Merchant's House

Quay Hill, TENBY, SA70 7BX

Recalling Tenby's history as a thriving and prosperous port, the Tudor Merchant's house is a fine example of gabled 15th-century architecture. There is a good Flemish chimney and on three walls the remains of seccos (decorative paintings done on dry plaster) can be seen. A small herb garden has been created which is open, weather permitting. Children can try on Tudor costume and play with replica toys.

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Tel: 01834 842279
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£4 (ch £2, under 5s free). Family £10. Group 15+ £3.45. NT members free

Opening times

Open daily 14-22 Feb, 11-3
20 Jul-6 Sep, 11-5
28 Feb-22 Mar, 7 Nov-20 Dec, Sat-Sun 11-3
28 Mar-19 Jul, 7 Sep-1 Nov, Wed-Mon 11-5
BH Tue 11-5
Average visit 25mins





Partly accessible. 3 steps to entrance, ground floor has steps, uneven floors, stairs to other floors
Induction loop

Tudor Merchant's House


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In centre of Tenby between Tudor Sq & Tenby Harbour

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