Hidden secrets of Tudor House Museum in Southampton

A 15th Century house in Southampton has undergone a £5.3m restoration programme to ensure its survival.

The Tudor House Museum, in Bugle Street, is opening to the public again on Saturday after being closed for the work which has taken nearly 10 years.

Karen Wardley, collections manager of Southampton City Council, describes the work done and some hidden secrets the restoration has revealed.

Images subject to copyright - click 'show captions' for details. Music courtesy KPM Music.

Slideshow production by Stephen Stafford. Publication date 28 July 2011.


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