About Tudor Merchant's House
Over 500 years ago when Tenby was a busy trading port, a merchant built this three-storey house to live in and trade from. The building has been furnished with exquisitely carved replica furniture and brightly coloured wall-hangings which recreate the atmosphere of life in Tudor Tenby.
Open from December to December.
Open from 24 June 2021
45 minute tours starting at 11.00, 12.00, 2.00 & 3.00
Groups of no more than 10 people split into 3 bubbles
Monday – Wednesday closed:
Thursday 11.00 am til 4.00 (last entry 3.00pm)
Saturday 11.00 am til 4.00 (last entry 3.00pm)
Child: (5-16yrs) £3.00
Family: (2 adults + up to 3 children) £15.00
National Trust Members free.
- VAQAS - Visit Wales - Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme
- Wet Weather attraction
House has only one door for entrance and exit and one staircase leading to the middle floor and another staircase leading to the top floor. The small courtyard garden will be closed when it is wet and limited space only allows one group in the garden at a time. To allow social distancing within the house there will be a maximum of 10 booked tickets per tour. After a short familiarisation and introduction on admission the visitors will be split into three groups to each start on a separate floor maintaining social distance throughout.
Note: no toilet