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Booking your visit to Tudor Merchant's House

The first floor hall at Tudor Merchant's House, Pembrokeshire
The first floor hall at Tudor Merchant's House | © National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

In this article you’ll find everything you need to know about how to book your ticket to Tudor Merchant’s House and what to expect when you arrive.

How to book

Please book one ticket per person, except for children under five as they don’t need a ticket. Members will need to bring their membership card with them and non-members will need to pay in advance.

Each tour lasts 45 minutes. Tour times are:

  • 11am

  • 12 noon

  • 2pm

  • 3pm

Please arrive 10 minutes before your tour time.

Tickets are for your use only and are not available for resale.

We'll send your booking confirmation by email. Please make sure you fill in your correct email address when you book to ensure you receive your confirmation email.

Booking your visit

Check availability and book your visit to Tudor Merchant’s House.

Changing your booking

If you set up an account when you made your booking, you will be able to amend the date/time of your booking online up to 24 hours before the date of your visit, or by calling 0344 249 1895

If you are a member and can no longer attend, please let us know by giving us a call on 0344 249 1895

When you arrive

The house is located on a narrow back street in between Tudor Square and the harbour. There is limited parking within the town walls. Please use a pay and display or park and ride (summer months only) from Salterns car park.

Please have your booking confirmation ready to show to our staff (either on your phone or a printed copy). If you’re a member or volunteer, you’ll need to show your membership or volunteer card.

Visitor with costumed interpreter at Tudor Merchant's House, Pembrokeshire

Book your visit

Please note you need to book tickets to the Tudor Merchant's House. You can book for today up until 8am. Every Thursday time slots will be available for the next 14 days.

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