Tudor Place reopens the Historic House & Garden
Saturdays & Sundays from Noon to 4 p.m.
New: Self-guided visits to the Historic House
Visit the Historic House and/or the Garden with timed tickets
Free Admission – Donations Accepted
HEALTH & SAFETY. Please review the Temporary Health & Safety Guidelines* (below) before your visit.
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Click here for TIMED TICKET ENTRY. All visitors must check in at the Visitor Center upon arrival. For tickets scheduled at 3:00 p.m., please note that the grounds close at 4:00 p.m. Entry after 3:30 p.m. will not be permitted. One ticket offers three options: (1) Self-guided Historic House visit, (2) garden visit or (3) both starting in the Historic House. For garden only entry, check-in at the Visitor Center and proceed to the garden. Admission is free.
SELF-GUIDED HOUSE VISITS. In order to ensure visitor safety, the Historic House is currently open for self-guided visits. Visitors must check in at the Visitor Center and will then proceed through the Historic House on their own. Visitors will be monitored by security cameras. There are interpretive panels throughout the site to inform visitors about the history of Tudor Place. To learn more and preview some Collection objects you may see during your visit, click here.
BE RESPECTFUL Tudor Place is a National Historic Landmark. Please be respectful of the Historic House & Garden during your visit. Do not climb trees, pick flowers or throw gravel. Wait your turn. Spaces and paths throughout the site vary in size and capacity. Signs are posted to help visitors navigate. Be respectful of other visitors on site.
BRING WATER. There is no water fountain available on site at Tudor Place. Guests are encouraged to bring water.
RESTROOMS. Onsite restrooms are available for ticket holders.
PICNIC. Bring a picnic meal and be sure to remove all trash. Trash receptacles are not provided. Bring mats, blankets or a camp chair. Due to the historic landscape, games, chairs with legs, blow up furniture, etc. are not permitted. For the duration of a Historic House visit, guests will be asked to leave picnic baskets in the Visitor Center. Visitors are permitted to remove masks while eating/ drinking.
BE HAPPY. Please enjoy your visit, take pictures, laugh and relax.