The Tapestry Hall
Elizabeth Howerd, Countess of Peterborough
OPENING TIMES 2013
From Easter Saturday to the last Sunday in September, on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons, as well as Bank Holidays. Guided Tours on WEDNESDAY afternoons at 2.00pm and 4.00pm. Guided Tours on Saturday and SUnday afternoons at 2.00pm, 3.00pm and 4.00pm. Please arrive ten minutes before the tours start, as there is no advance booking
ADMISSION: 2013 Adults £9.00, Students (with valid student cards) £6.00
Families with children up to the age of 12 (subject to a maximum of four people in a family group)£15.00.
GIFT AID & DONATIONS
Making a donation of £30.00 will enable you to become of Friend of Southside House. Donations towards the on-going restoration and conservation work at Southside House are also most welcome.
If you are a UK tax payer, any donations over and above the admission price for tours are eligible for Gift Aid relief. If you are considering making a donation, please ask at the house for a Gift Aid form.
Due to uneven ground, steps outside and inside the house, and narrow passageways, we regret that the house is unsuitable for wheelchairs and walking frames.
HOW TO GET HERE.
From Wimbledon Rail/Underground station: bus 93 to the Rose & Crown, Wimbledon Village, then a 10 minute walk along the south side of Wimbledon Common. Southside is next to Kings College School, and opposite a small green with two pubs - the Crooked Billet and the Hand in Hand. The nearest railway station is Wimbledon.
From Raynes Park Rail Station: bus 200 to Edge Hill, then walk down Wrights Alley (close to bus stop) to Woodhayes Road. The house is on the immediate left.
Parking: there is no parking within Southside House, and although Woodhayes Road has no restrictions, it is often difficult to find a parking space nearby. There is ticketed parking on the south side of the common.