In line with the most recent Government guidelines, please check with individual venues and event organisers for updated information. COVID-19 Government Guidance >
Southampton City Council Museums and City Art Gallery
SeaCity Museum and Southampton City Art Gallery are safely reopening on Wednesday 2 December.
To keep everyone safe in our venues and to make sure we're COVID-19 secure, we'll still have in place one-way routes, increased cleaning measures and reduced visitor numbers to maintain social distancing and public safety.
We are in Tier 2: High Alert, so please note that you can only book per household, up to six people as per Government guidelines. People must not socialise with anyone they do not live with or who is not in their support bubble in any indoor setting, whether at home or in a public place.
Southampton City Art Gallery / Pre book your ticket >
SeaCity Museum / Pre book your ticket >
Tudor House and Garden / Currently closed
Southampton Libraries: Southampton City Libraries are open but services are limited. Find out about the service changes from the 2 December.
In order to assist the NHS's Test and Trace Service the council is maintaining a temporary record of their visitors. More information can be found on their Privacy page.
Please check with each venue for updates regarding new restrictions from 2 December.
More information and latest updates can be found at: www.southampton.gov.uk/coronavirus
Important note: In light of the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, The LIST cannot guarantee the accuracy of events currently displayed on the Visit Southampton What's On listing. The LIST is making their best efforts to provide up-to-date cancellation details where possible. You are advised to check with your ticket provider or venue before planning to attend any event. Full event details and refund information should also be found at the point of purchase.
The ABP Southampton Marathon, Chinese New Year Celebrations, Seaside in the Square, pop and rock legends performing at St. Mary’s Stadium (not to mention Premiership football matches), intimate gigs, high profile art exhibitions and festivals galore. It’s all going on.
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